Fall 2024 classes offered in Sociology as of Tuesday, 04/16/2024 at 07:00 AM
schedFallSOC report generated: 16-APR-24


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SOC 280 PSA Field Trip1427711

10/07-11/29F13:00-14:50ONLSilvaggio,AV302
28990

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SOC 282L Sociological Statistics Lab1421231


W08:00-09:50BSS_317Ordner,JP155
10990

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SOC 282L Sociological Statistics Lab2421241


W11:00-12:50BSS_317Ordner,JP1510
5990

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SOC 303 Race & Inequality10421253


T15:00-16:50BSS_166Rienzi,ES3010
20990

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        2nd Lec1142126



R15:00-15:50SH_128
30101010990

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SOC 303M Race & Inequality for Majors1421271

08/26-10/11F09:00-10:50ONLIsrael de Souza,SE243
21990

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SOC 306 The Changing Family1421283


TR13:00-14:20SH_108Martinek,CA7542645990

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SOC 306M The Changing Family for Majors1421291

09/13F16:00-16:50ONLMartinek,CA202
18990

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10/04F17:00-20:50HGH_204




990

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10/05S09:00-19:50ARTB_102




990

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SOC 310W Sociological Theory1432154


MW13:00-14:50SH_115Silvaggio,AV255
20990

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SOC 316 Gender and Society1423654


MW15:00-16:50HGH_226Rienzi,ES288
20990

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SOC 370 Env Inequality & Globalization1437794


TR09:00-10:50TA_011Ordner,JP259
1600SF
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SOC 372 Proseminar1421301

10/22-12/13W08:00-09:50HGH_106Ordner,JP309
21990
FREETexts
SOC 382 Intro to Social Research1421314


MW11:00-12:50FH_111Martinek,CA1515
0990

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SOC 472 Graduate School Planning1421341

08/26-10/18F09:00-10:50HGH_226Virnoche,ME359
26990
FREETexts
SOC 475 Community Organizing1421354


TR11:00-12:50HGH_226Ordner,JP358
27990SF
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SOC 482 Internship10421373IA

MW10:00-10:50SH_128Whitley,JM150
15990
FREETexts
        Tutorial1142136
IA


-TBAWhitley,JM150
15990
FREETexts
SOC 510 Contemporary Social Theory1437944


R17:00-20:50HGH_226Sugata,MC151
1400

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SOC 560 Teaching Sociology1421033


W18:00-20:50BSS_408Rienzi,ES150
15990

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SOC 584 Qualitative Research Methods1424634


M17:00-20:50BSS_408Virnoche,ME151
14990

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SOC 605 Graduate Proseminar in Soc1421041

08/28W16:00-17:50BSS_306Virnoche,ME155
10990
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09/04W16:00-17:50BSS_306




990
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09/18W16:00-17:50BSS_306




990
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09/25W16:00-17:50BSS_306




990
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10/02W16:00-17:50BSS_306




990
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10/09W16:00-17:50BSS_306




990
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12/06F11:00-14:00BSS_306




990
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SOC 665 Comm, Ecology & Social Action1424644


T13:00-16:50ONLIsrael de Souza,SE155
10990SF
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SOC 690 Master's Degree Thesis1428491IA


-TBACorva,D11
0990
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SOC 690 Master's Degree Thesis2428951IA


-TBAIsrael de Souza,SE11
0990
FREETexts
SOC 690 Master's Degree Thesis3433381IA


-TBADolek,C11
0990
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SOC 690 Master's Degree Thesis4433651IA


-TBAIsrael de Souza,SE10
1990
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SOC 690 Master's Degree Thesis5440011IA


-TBASugata,MC11
000
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SOC 692 Master's Degree Project1440031IA


-TBAVirnoche,ME11
000
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SOC 699 Independent Study1428871IA





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2990
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SOC 699 Independent Study2428893IA





10
1990
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SOC 699 Independent Study3434024IA





10
1990
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