SOCY 301 - Sociology of Sex Roles
Class Session: Tuesday, January 16, 2018 - Monday, April 30, 2018
Credit: 3 semester hours of undergraduate credit
Prerequisites: SOCY 101
Instructor: Carla Pfeffer
Critical ways of thinking about sex and gender as social processes in everyday lives. Topics include how sex and gender shape and affect the experiences of women, men, girls, boys, and individuals who live in the spaces in-between (those who are intersex or transgender) across a wide range of social institutions (family, work, education, politics, etc.). Cross-listed Course: WGST 300 Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Diversity and Social Advocacy Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Professional and Civic Engagement
Course Delivery Type
A Web course is taught using one or more web delivery platforms such as Blackboard, Streaming Video, Adobe Connect etc. Students must have access to a high-speed Internet connection. More information will be provided by the instructor in the course syllabus.
(100% asynchronous - if course has any online or face-to-face meetings, live attendance will not be required. For any such sessions, there will be alternative ways to view or obtain the material covered).
See course syllabus for materials information.
Information is accurate as of July 20, 2018, 2:12 pm (Subject to change)
Special Fee Notification
Students may be required to be proctored during online test completion. If students are unable to attend test proctoring sessions in person at the Distributed Learning office, additional fees may apply for online test proctoring if the course requires online testing.