This study abroad course studies the relationships between a society's social policies; its political systems, history and culture; and the country's religious traditions, music, and arts. Students will study one specific culture from many perspectives such as the social sciences, natural sciences, humanities, and the arts through research, observation, and critical inquiry during a two week study tour. Not available for supplemental. Instruction (6.0). Equivalent to: SOC-275. Requisite Courses: Take any one of ANT-1195, HIS-1170 HUM-1155 HUM-1180 PSC-1161 PSY-1160 or SOC-1160 (Required, Previous).
SOC-2275 Culture & Social Policy Abroad - 3.00 credits