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Sociology Courses

The CU Boulder Sociology Department offers BA, MA and PhD degrees. Our Sociology courses help our students appreciate, understand and analyze culture, social organization, human behavior and social changes. 

Why take Sociology courses?

  • Sociology is a highly diverse field, offering courses on topics such as sexuality, race, culture, environment, health, population, and crime
  • Our courses provide strong research, data analysis, writing, and reading skills, preparing students for a wide variety of employment and graduate school opportunities
  • Sociology courses foster innovation, communication, and critical thinking skills
  • For non-majors, we offer courses that can satisfy many Arts and Sciences Core Requirements

Check out our courses here> https://classes.colorado.edu/ 

Need a summer class? Check out some Sociology summer classes! (These are all taught and billed through CU Boulder Main Campus, not Continuing Education.) If you have any questions and/or are interested in enrolling but do not meet a prerequisite, please contact Brigitte Sellinger at Brigitte.sellinger@colorado.edu

TERM A: 

SOCY 2061-100 Intro to Social Statistics. Mode: Online. This class will be taught in an online delivery mode and delivered asynchronously, which means students can complete the coursework throughout the week when it is convenient for them. There will be no scheduled class meetings.

 

TERM B: 

SOCY 1006-200 Social Construction of Sexuality. Mode: Remote. This class will be taught synchronously as a remote section, which means classes will be held virtually during the days and times listed: MTWThF 9:15am-10:50am.

 

SOCY 2061-200 Introduction to Social Statistics. Mode: Hybrid Remote/Online. This class will be taught using a combination of online and remote instruction modes. This means that while some coursework may be completed online at a student’s own pace (asynchronously), the class will also meet remotely at designated days/times each week: MTWThF 12:45-2:20, with students being required to attend at least half of the synchronous class sessions. 

 

SOCY 1021-200 U.S. Race and Ethnic Relations. Mode: Hybrid Remote/Online. This class will be taught using a combination of online and remote instruction modes. This means that while some coursework may be completed online at a student’s own pace (asynchronously), the class will also meet remotely at designated days/times each week: T/Th 11:00-12:35.

 

SOCY 2077-200 Environment and Society. Mode: Hybrid Remote/Online. This class will be taught using a combination of online and remote instruction modes. This means that while some coursework may be completed online at a student’s own pace (asynchronously), the class will also meet remotely at designated days/times each week: MWF 11:00-12:35. 

 

SOCY 3001-200 Classical Theory. Mode: Hybrid Remote/Online. This class will be taught using a combination of online and remote instruction modes. This means that while some coursework may be completed online at a student’s own pace (asynchronously), the class will also meet remotely at designated days/times each week: MWF 9:15-10:50. 

 

TERM D:

SOCY 1022-400 Ethics and Social Issues in U.S. Health and Medicine. Mode: Online. This class will be taught in an online delivery mode and delivered asynchronously, which means students can complete the coursework throughout the week when it is convenient for them. There will be no scheduled class meetings.