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SO 316 Aging in Society 3 Cr.

Introduction to the sociological study of aging in society. This course examines the cultural, relational and institutional interpretations of aging through the life course using basic sociological principles, paradigms and methods. Students will explore inequality as it relates to aging and diverse populations in terms of health outcomes, in access to resources, and within the medical field. Prerequisite: SO 216 or SO 201. 3 lecture hours. (Fall).

Criminal Justice

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...Preferably SO 201 OR SO 202 ; excludes SO...Spring Cr. Comp. CJ 316 Criminal Violence c...

Nursing

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...for currently licensed nurses, so they do not...215/NR 215L; NR 316/NR 316L; NR...