SOCI 3366. POPULATION TRENDS AND PROCESSES. 3 Hours.
Examines the fact that all people are born, usually move from one place to another, and inevitably die. Societal patterns in human fertility, migration and mortality contribute to widely varied life-chances for people over time and across the planet. This course explores theories and research on demographic dimensions of human behavior as they affect social and economic issues. The course provides an understanding of how vital population trends and processes are for assessing social problems and offering solutions. Credit will not be granted for both SOCI 4325 and SOCI 3366.
...including: SOCI 1311 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY SOCI 3352...ANTH 3366. SEX, GENDER, AND CULTURE (WOMS 3366...