|Department of Sociology at Ohio State Lima|
Courses Offered at
the Ohio State UniversityŚLima
101: Introductory Sociology U 5
Fundamental concepts of sociology and an introduction to the analysis of social problems. H101 (honors) may be available to students enrolled in an honors program or by permission of department or instructor. Not open to students with credit for 201 or equivalent or Rural Sociology 105 or Equivalent. GEC soc sci organizations and polities, and social diversity course. SS Admis Cond course.
Autumn, Winter, Spring Quarters.
202 Social Problems U5
Analysis of contemporary social problems. SS Admis Cond course
209: Introduction to Criminal Justice U 5
Examination of the development and administration of criminal law and agencies (police, prosecutors, courts); emphasis on criminal proceedings and their justification.
210: Sociological Aspects of Deviance U 5
Study of the definition, identification, treatment, and control of types of legal, moral and status deviance, such as crime, mental illness, alcoholism and other individual pathologies.
Introduction to the law as a social institution, including the origins of law and its relationship to other social institutions, social control, and social change.
380: American Racial and Ethnic Relations U 5
Survey of the attitudes and relationships arising from the contacts of various racial and ethnic groups in the United States. Not open to students with credit for 280 or 480. GEC soc sci individuals and groups course. SS Admis Cond course.
410: Criminology U 5
The nature and causes of crime and delinquency, criminal liability, criminal careers, and organized racketeering. H410 (honors) may be available to students enrolled in an honors program or by permission of department or instructor.
430: Sociology of the Family U 5
Analysis of relationships between the family and the larger society including mate selection, status of women, and patterns of husband-wife and parent-child relationships.
Autumn Quarter. Prerequisite: 5 credit hours in sociology.
597.01: Contemporary World Societies: Social Institutions and Social Change U 5
Sociological analysis of contemporary world societies-non-industrialized, industrializing, and industrialized-with special attention to major social institutions and patterns of social change. Prerequisite: Senior standing. Not open to students with credit for 301.
Winter, Summer Quarters.
Last Modified on 03/02/2007