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SOC 98/99/192/197T/198/199 Course Descriptions

SOC 98 (Lower Division Directed Group Study) courses are set up on a one-time basis for a group of students in a subject for which no regular courses have been established. Students may earn between 1-5 units, graded on a P/NP basis. Consent of instructor is required.

SOC 99 (Lower Division Individual Study for Undergraduates) provides a student with the opportunity to do special projects, research, or assignments under the supervision of a Sociology professor. Students may earn between 1-5 units, graded on a P/NP basis. Individual study projects are developed in consultation with a faculty member.

SOC 192 (Upper Division Internship and Practicum for Undergraduates) provides a student with the opportunity to earn academic credit for their internship experience. Students may earn between 2-6 units, graded on a P/NP basis. Course credit is developed in consultation with a faculty member.

SOC 197T (Upper Division Tutoring in Sociology for Undergraduates) provides a student who has completed a Sociology course with distinction to serve as a faculty assistant in that course the next time it is taught. Activities vary depending on the nature of the course and may include (but is not limited to) tutoring on course material, advising on projects and papers, and leading discussion groups. Students may earn between 1-4 units, graded on P/NP basis.

SOC 198 (Upper Division Directed Group Study) courses are set up on a one-time basis for a group of students in a subject for which no regular courses have been established. Students may earn between 1-5 units, graded on a P/NP basis. Consent of instructor is required.

SOC 199 (Upper Division Individual Study for Undergraduates) provides a student with the opportunity to do special projects, research, or assignments under the supervision of a Sociology professor. Students may earn between 1-5 units, graded on a P/NP basis. Individual study projects are developed in consultation with a faculty member.