||First-Year Exp - Social Sciences
|This course is designed to urge first-year students to
explore selected topics within the social sciences. The
content of the course will vary and will be determined
by timely issues and developments within the field and
by the special interests of students and faculty.
||Power and the Social Sciences
|This course is intended to be a survey course within the social sciences.
Using the unifying theme of power as a social force, this course examines
the factors and impact of power from a variety of social science
perspectives: history, psychology, anthropology, sociology, economics, and
politics. The theme of power also incoporates the discussion of gender,
age, social class, race/ethnicity, and cross-cultureal issues.
||Women and the Social Sciences
|This course offers a survey of women's contributions and issues within
the social science disciplines of psychology, sociology, history,
anthropology, economics, and politics. While developing an appreciation
of the interrelatedness of these disciplines, the student will also be
introduced to the unique perspective each discipline offers on women's
||Research Methods in Health Sci.
|Prerequisite(s): ENGL 106, 107, or 206, junior standing, and MATH 123
or permission of the instructor
This course is an introductory analysis of methods, techniques, and
procedures of scientific research. Relation of theory and research to
applied issues in health sciences.