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Social Science

SSC 199 Special Studies (1-15)
Terms and hours to be arranged.

 

SSC 201 Introduction to Gender Studies (3)
A survey and critical analysis of the essential issues of feminism. Historical and contemporary texts form the basis for discussion of topics affecting men’s and women’s lives. Clarification of key concepts such as gender as a social construct, patriarchy and the interaction of race, class and gender.

 

SSC 401 Research (3-6)
Terms and hours to be arranged.

 

SSC 403 Field Study (1-9)
Terms and hours to be arranged. Maximum of nine hours. Not intended as practicum for teaching majors.

 

SSC 406 Special Individual Studies (1-15)
Terms and hours to be arranged.

 

SSC 407/507 Seminar (1-3)
Terms and hours to be arranged.

 

SSC 408 Workshop (1-15)
Terms and hours to be arranged.

 

SSC 409 Practicum (3-12)
Terms and hours to be arranged.

 

SSC 490, 491 Senior Social Science Seminar (3 each)
A senior interdisciplinary culminating course designed to help students to integrate social science around such contemporary concerns as urban studies, minority group studies, environmental studies and the like.

 

SSC 601 Research (3-9)
Terms and hours to be arranged.

 

SSC 603 Thesis or Field Study (3-9)
Terms and hours to be arranged.

 

SSC 606 Special Individual Studies (1-15)
Terms and hours to be arranged.

 

SSC 607 Seminar (1-15)
Terms and hours to be arranged.

 

SSC 609 Practicum/Service Learning (6-9)
Terms and hours to be arranged. This course provides opportunities for practical experience or service learning in conjunction with a federal, state or local government agency or a public or nonprofit corporation. It is specifically intended to assist students enrolled in the graduate program in Social Policy to develop a thesis or field study, while also contributing valuable work to the community.

 

SSC 611 Contemporary Developments in the Social Sciences (3)
A study of contemporary literature in the various social science areas for elementary teachers.

 

SSC 612 Contemporary Developments in the Social Sciences (3)
A study of contemporary literature in the various social science areas for junior and senior high school teachers. (Acceptable for secondary certification.)

 

SSC 613 Social Problems in American Democracy (3)
A selected list of problems in the United States such as conservation, health, crime, etc. Designed to give factual and interpretative background for secondary teachers.

 

SSC 615 Political Problems in American Democracy (3)
A study of current domestic political problems.

 

 

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