|Social Science - SOS|
|Introduction to Research Methods|
Examination of social science research methods from theoretical, applied and ethical points of view. Acquaints students with qualitative and quantitative techniques and procedures used to measure human behavior, gather and analyze data, and evaluate and report on findings. Prerequites: At least one course in the social sciences (SOC, PSY, CJS, ECO, GEO, HIS, ANT, or POS) with a grade 'C' or higher;' Placement by assessment or MAT 006 grade 'C' or higher; Complete ENG 120 with a minimum graded of 'C'.
Provides an understanding of the human mechanism when associated with interpersonal relationships on the job. Emphasis is placed on vocational problems connected with motivation, communication, perception and how to work with others.
|Death and Dying|
This course focuses on the psychological and sociological effects of dying and death in our modern American Culture. Major areas studied are: psychological changes a dying person experiences; survivors and grief; death and the child; the funeral; demography of death; contemporary issues.