The Sociology department offers two undergraduate programs leading to the B.A. degree. The standard program provides a rigorous introduction to sociological.
Below is a full listing of all undergraduate sociology courses taught during For explanations of course codes see the Yale College Key to Course Listings.
The Sociology department offers three undergraduate programs leading to the B.A. A list of graduate courses and descriptions is available from the director of. Sociology with Another Subject. Iconography in advertisements and branding, food and bodies, nature, fashion, celebrities, popular culture, art, architecture, and politics. Topics include the significance of slavery, the racial ghetto, structural poverty, the middle class, the color line, racial etiquette, and social identity. The sacred and profane binaries that animate the civil sphere are studied, as are such civil sphere organizations as polls, mass media, electoral system, law, and office. This course surveys the growing field of SNA, emphasizing the merger of theory and method, while gaining hands-on experience with network data and software. 2. Socratic Citizenship: Plato's Apology