SOC 391 - Public and Applied Sociology and Criminology Seminar
Application of sociological tools to real-life issues in a variety of social settings. Methods may include surveys, interviews, focus groups, secondary data analysis, and evaluation applications. Development of proposals for research projects conducted in a second, sequenced course in the following semester.
Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisite or Corequisite Courses: SOC 301 or CRM 301 .
Prerequisite Courses: SOC 300 or CRM 300 , and SOC 360 .
University Studies: Building Competencies/Information Literacy, Explorations Beyond the Classroom
Crosslisting: CRM 391
Course Repeatability: Course may not be repeated.
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