Social Problems - SOC-203

Bunker Hill Community College

Credits: 3

Subject Area(s): Sociology

Credential(s): Associate's Degree


This course critically examines contemporary social problems by applying national and global sociological perspectives to the issues of poverty, racial and ethnic inequalities, sexuality, crime, and the environment. Students explore the systemic causes of social problems. How does a social problem become defined? What are the causes of various social problems? What can be done about them? Students may be expected to participate in service-learning projects in order to apply course materials to real world efforts to solve social problems. Prerequisites: Grade of C or better in Principles of Sociology (SOC101).

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Social Problems Online Offerings

Course Section Time Instructor Format Start Date End Date
WB 114472100% Online2020-09-082020-12-21

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