SOC-206

Social Problems

CREDITS: 3
LENGTH: 15 weeks
CAMPUS: Prince George - Quesnel
PRE-REQUISITES: MGT-255L
CO-REQUISITES: None
 
DESCRIPTION:
A sociological study of the creation, causes, and consequences of contemporary social problems in Canadian society. Topics include: organized crime, juvenile delinquency, sexual harassment, AIDS, mental illness, alcoholism, and drug abuse. Factual and moral aspects of these and other social problems will be argued. Prerequisite: SOC 101 or CRIM 101 or permission of the instructor

Course Schedule

ID SEMESTER CAMPUS DELIVERY LOCATION INSTRUCTOR STARTS ENDS MEETS
CI001 Spring 2020 Prince George In Class 1-314, 1-315 M. Sinclair January 6 April 24 M 6:30PM M 6:30PM
CI201 Spring 2020 Quesnel In Class S202 E. Winofsky January 6 April 24 W 9:30AM

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