Fall 2018 classes offered in Sociology as of Monday, 07/16/2018 at 06:00 PM
schedFallSOC report generated: 16-JUL-18


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SOC 104 Introduction to Sociology10413323below

MW10:00-10:50FH_118Eichstedt,JL10089
11990

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        2nd Lec1142443
below

F09:00-09:50FR_107
252500990

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        2nd Lec1242467
below

F11:00-11:50BSS_408
252500990

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        2nd Lec1446532
below

F10:00-10:50BSS_408
252500990

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        2nd Lec1546533
below

F12:00-12:50BSS_408
251456990

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SOC 225S Social Issues and Action10466754


TR13:00-14:20FH_179Eichstedt,JL3523
12990

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        Tutorial1146676
below


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3523
12990

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SOC 235 Act to End Sexualized Violence10425381

09/14F17:00-19:50FH_118Schnurer,MD
Berry,KL
203
17990

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09/15S09:00-16:50FH_118Schnurer,MD
Berry,KL




990

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10/26F17:00-19:50FH_118Schnurer,MD
Berry,KL




990

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SOC 280 Student Rights/Civil Liberties10463741below
10/15-12/14W17:00-18:50FH_235Silvaggio,AV4016
24990

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SOC 282L Sociological Statistics Lab10413351below

F13:00-14:50SH_119August,KD2415
9990

Texts
SOC 282L Sociological Statistics Lab20422991below

T17:00-18:50BSS_317August,KD2414
10990

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SOC 282L Sociological Statistics Lab30425071below

W15:00-16:50SH_118August,KD2424
0990

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SOC 303 Race & Inequality10413313below

T11:00-12:50BSS_162Rienzi,ES9047
43990

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        2nd Lec1142445
below

R11:00-11:50CEF_012
3026
4990

Texts
        2nd Lec1242471
below

R12:00-12:50HGH_106
3013
17990

Texts
        2nd Lec1342539
below

F11:00-11:50HGH_225
308
22990

Texts
SOC 303M Race & Inequality for Majors10417621below
08/31F13:00-14:50BSS_317Martinek,CA2716
11990

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09/14F13:00-14:50BSS_317




990

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09/28F13:00-14:50BSS_317




990

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10/12F13:00-14:50BSS_317




990

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10/26F13:00-14:50BSS_317




990

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11/09F13:00-14:50BSS_317




990

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11/30F13:00-14:50BSS_317




990

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-TBA




990

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SOC 306 The Changing Family10413363below

TR15:00-16:20BSS_166Martinek,CA7544
31990

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SOC 306M The Changing Family for Majors11413371below
09/28F17:00-20:50BSS_408Martinek,CA2016
4990

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09/29S08:00-19:50BSS_408




990

Texts
SOC 310 Sociological Theory10413384IA

MW17:00-18:50BSS_408Martinek,CA251
24990

Texts
SOC 310 Sociological Theory20423944IA

MW11:00-12:50SH_115Silvaggio,AV2517
8990

Texts
SOC 316 Gender and Society1423654below

MW15:00-16:50HGH_226Eichstedt,JL2828
0990

Texts
SOC 370 Env Inequality & Globalization10463754


MW09:00-10:50CEF_013Ordner,JP3535
0991SF
Texts
SOC 372 Proseminar10424261below
08/20-10/12F09:00-10:50SH_110Cortez-Regan,LA4830
18990
FREETexts
SOC 372 Proseminar20424611below
10/15-12/14F09:00-10:50SH_110Rienzi,ES485
43990
FREETexts
SOC 382 Intro to Social Research10413394below

MW11:00-12:50BSS_408Martinek,CA2715
12990

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SOC 382 Intro to Social Research20425404below

TR13:00-14:50FH_204August,KD3533
2990

Texts
SOC 410 Contemporary Social Theory10413404


MW13:00-14:50SH_115Shaw,DL3527
8990

Texts
SOC 472 Graduate School Planning10425911below
08/20-10/12F09:00-10:50SH_117Silvaggio,AV3528
7990
FREETexts
SOC 475 Community Organizing10424254


TR15:00-16:50FH_177Ordner,JP3526
9990SF
Texts
SOC 480 Migration & the Global Economy10425084below

TR11:00-12:50FH_179Sugata,MC3523
12990

Texts
SOC 480 Drugs and Society20426064below

TR13:00-14:50GH_124Meisel,JS3521
14990

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SOC 482 Internship10424723below

TR08:00-08:50HGH_204August,KD2021
-1990
FREETexts
        Tutorial1142473
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2021
-1990
FREETexts
SOC 492 Senior Thesis10414703below

MWF08:00-08:50HGH_204Rienzi,ES205
15990
FREETexts
SOC 499 Directed Study00
1-4IA





10
1990
FREE 
SOC 560 Teaching Sociology1410012below

T17:00-18:50BSS_306Williams,ML1512
3990

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-
Williams,ML



990

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SOC 584 Qualitative Research Methods1413064


W17:00-20:50HGH_106Byrd,RM1512
3990

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SOC 590 Practicing Sociology1410021below
08/20-09/27R17:00-18:50BSS_306August,KD153
12990

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11/15R17:00-18:50BSS_306




990

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12/06R17:00-18:50BSS_306




990

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-





990

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SOC 595 Teaching Assistantship00
2IA





10
1990
FREE 
SOC 605 Graduate Proseminar in Soc1463761

08/20-10/12T17:00-18:50BSS_211Eichstedt,JL156
9990
FREETexts
SOC 610 Contemporary Social Theory1410034


M17:00-20:50HGH_226Ordner,JP1513
2990

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SOC 650 Race, Ethnicity & Gender1410044


W17:00-20:50BSS_211Sugata,MC1510
5990

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SOC 665 Comm, Ecology & Social Action1413034


M17:00-20:50KA_106Silvaggio,AV1510
5990SF
Texts
SOC 682 Teaching Internship00
1-3IA





10
1990
FREE 
SOC 690 Master's Degree Thesis

1-5IA





10
1990
FREE 
SOC 692 Master's Degree Project

1-5IA





10
1990
FREE 
SOC 699 Independent Study

1-4IA





10
1990
FREE 



* Notes: IA=Instructor approval required, DA=Department approval required
* Rsrvd: indicates number of seats reserved for new students during registration for Fall term (up to 35% of seats in lower division general education classes). Unused seats are released to continuing students on the Saturday preceding the first day of classes.
* Avail: indicates the total number of seats open to all students
* Wait Cap: indicates the number of waitlist seats available for the class
* Wait Tot: indicates the number of students currently waitlisted for the class (allows departments to determine class demand and may result in opening of class additional sections)
* Sust: classes designated as Sustainability Focused (SF) or Sustainability Related (SR)
* Permanent Text Status: If the particular course is indicated as NONE, there are no required texts. If indicated as FREE, text materials are offered free to students.
* Bookstore Text Info: Link to Bookstore text details for all courses that potentially have required texts.

Generally, students must register in one section from each component type shown for a particular class. For example, BIOL 104 has two lecture sections and several lab sections. Students who register for one of the lecture sections must also register for one of the labs associated with that lecture. Association numbers and section numbers are shown in parenthesis when multiple values exist.

Class notes
schedFallSOC report generated: 16-JUL-18
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Class Notes
SOC 104 Introduction to Sociology41332Students enrolled in this course are also required to attend recitation session, either section 11 (42443), 12 (42467), 14 (46532), or 15 (46533).
SOC 104 Introduction to Sociology - 2nd Lec42443Students who enroll in recitation session Soc 104 section 11 (42443) will also be required to enroll in lecture component of the course: Soc 104 section 10 (41332).
SOC 104 Introduction to Sociology - 2nd Lec42467Students who enroll in recitation session Soc 104 section 12 (42467) will also be required to enroll in lecture component of the course: Soc 104 section 10 (41332).
SOC 104 Introduction to Sociology - 2nd Lec46532Students who enroll in recitation session Soc 104 section 14 (46532) will also be required to enroll in lecture component of the course: Soc 104 section 10 (41332).
SOC 104 Introduction to Sociology - 2nd Lec46533Students who enroll in recitation session Soc 104 section 15 (46533) will also be required to enroll in lecture component of the course: Soc 104 section 10 (41332).
SOC 225S Social Issues and Action - Tutorial46676Service Learning component required outside of class time.
SOC 280 Student Rights/Civil Liberties46374Late start date, this course meets the second half of the semester.
SOC 282L Sociological Statistics Lab41335This course can be waived with successful completion of stats course w/SPSS. Talk to your advisor.
SOC 282L Sociological Statistics Lab42299This course can be waived with successful completion of stats course w/SPSS. Talk to your advisor.
SOC 282L Sociological Statistics Lab42507This course can be waived with successful completion of stats course w/SPSS. Talk to your advisor.
SOC 303 Race & Inequality41331Students who enroll in this course are also required to attend recitation session, either section 11 (42445), 12 (42471) or 13 (42539). Sociology Majors are required to enroll in SOC 303M (41762).
SOC 303 Race & Inequality - 2nd Lec42445Students who enroll in recitation session Soc 303 section 11 (42445) will also be required to enroll in lecture component of the course: Soc 303 section 10 (41331).
SOC 303 Race & Inequality - 2nd Lec42471Students who enroll in recitation session Soc 303 section 12 (42471) will also be required to enroll in lecture component of the course: Soc 303 section 10 (41331).
SOC 303 Race & Inequality - 2nd Lec42539Students who enroll in recitation session Soc 303 section 13 (42539) will also be required to enroll in lecture component of the course: Soc 303 section 10 (41331).
SOC 303M Race & Inequality for Majors41762Must be taken concurrently w/SOC 303 (41331). Course will meet every other week starting 08/31/2018.
SOC 306 The Changing Family41336Sociology Majors are required to enroll in SOC 306M (41337).
SOC 306M The Changing Family for Majors41337Must be taken concurrently w/SOC 306 (41336).
SOC 316 Gender and Society42365This course is cross-listed with WS 316.
SOC 372 Proseminar42426This course meets the first half of the semester. On Aug. 31st this course will meet in SH_118 and SH_119, check with instructor.
SOC 372 Proseminar42461Late start date, this course meets the second half of the semester. On Oct. 26th this course will meet in SH_118 and SH_119, check with instructor.
SOC 382 Intro to Social Research41339If SOC 282L was waived by your advisor please email instructor of SOC 382 to request a permission number.
SOC 382 Intro to Social Research42540If SOC 282L was waived by your advisor please email instructor of SOC 382 to request a permission number.
SOC 472 Graduate School Planning42591This course meets the first half of the semester.
SOC 480 Migration & the Global Economy42508This course meets CJS Majors Knowledge Area: Inequalities, Identities and Crime and SOC Knowledge Area: Inequalities and Change.
SOC 480 Drugs and Society42606This course meets CJS Majors Knowledge Area: Justice and Policy and SOC Knowledge Area: Communities & Identity.
SOC 482 Internship42472IA,Instructor Approval required, for requirements and information see: http://www2.humboldt.edu/sociology/completing_your_ba
SOC 482 Internship - Tutorial42473IA,Internship component required for this course, talk to instructor for further information.
SOC 492 Senior Thesis41470IA,Instructor Approval required, for requirements and information see: http://www2.humboldt.edu/sociology/completing_your_ba
SOC 560 Teaching Sociology41001Additional time outside of the classroom required. Check with instructor.
SOC 590 Practicing Sociology41002Additional time outside of the classroom required. Check with instructor.