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SOCI 3013 Course Information    
TitleRace and Ethnic Relations
DepartmentSocial Sciences
LevelUndergraduate - Upper Division
CIP Code451101
DescriptionAn examination of the historical, political, economic, and sociological dynamics of race and ethnic relations in the United States. The course includes an emphasis on how race and ethnicity are created and re-created in society, particularly by culture and social institutions, and the manner in which these processes create and perpetuate social inequality. Lecture 3 hours. Prerequisite: Must be ENGL 1113 eligible (i.e., have no English deficiencies). General Education, Humanities-Diversity.
PrerequisitesMust be ENGL 1113 eligible (i.e., have no English deficiencies).
Grade ModeStandard Letter
General EducationY
General Ed Lab Science 
Liberal ArtsY
Teacher Education 
Approved DeliveryTraditional
Instructional MethodLecture or lecture with formally scheduled discussion, activity, demonstration, clinic
Credit Hours3
Faculty Load Hours3
Contact Hrs48
Enrollment Based WkldNo
RepeatsCourse may not be repeated
Max Load 
First Term OfferedUnknown
Last Term ModifiedFall 2017
Last Term OfferedSpring 2024
General Ed Student Learning OutcomesThe student will demonstrate knowledge of similarities and differences among cultures. (Diversity)
General Ed Assessment MeasuresQuestions embedded into the final or a final test which will be assessed using the Cultural Diversity Rubric.