SOC 205: Race and Ethnic Relations
In this course, students examine the social and historical development of racial and ethnic stratification, and the legacy of inter-group conflict, racism and discrimination. It covers sociological approaches to understanding the patterns of ethnic relations in the United States and other countries. Additionally, it analyzes the complex nature of social, economic and power inequalities stemming from the intersection of social class, religion and gender within and among racial-ethic groups.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6
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