Jan 27, 2023  
2022-23 Catalog 
    
2022-23 Catalog
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SOAN 301 - Introduction to Social Research I


4 credits
Engages students in building research, critical thinking, and communication skills necessary to succeed in upper division coursework in anthropology and sociology and to achieve professional goals. Fosters an understanding of the stages in the research process, including literature review, research design, data gathering, and analysis. Emphasizes the ability to effectively communicate analysis from anthropological and sociological perspectives. Should be taken prior to the senior year. Prerequisite(s): USEM 103  or equivalent; at least two of the following: SOAN 204  or SOC 204, SOAN 205  or SOC 205, SOAN 211  or ANTH 211, SOAN 213  or ANTH 213, or SOAN 214  or ANTH 214. Restricted to Sociology and Anthropology majors and minors or those pursuing certificates or interdisciplinary majors that include Sociology and Anthropology.
* This course was formerly offered under a different number; students who took the following course(s) will not receive additional credit unless the course is stated to be repeatable in the description above: SOC 301.
Grade mode designated on a CRN basis each term. Students should consult current term schedule.



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