Society and Social Issues   [Archived Catalog]
St. Philip's College 2009-2010 Academic Catalog

IDST 2371 - Society and Social Issues

IDST 2371 is a course that examines some of the major social problems and issues of contemporary U. S. society and larger global social problems and issues. Topics include poverty, crime, violence, discrimination, gender, environmental abuse, and racial and economic inequality. A strong emphasis is placed on students understanding the interconnectedness between local and global social problems and issues. IDST courses have been developed and designed primarily for prospective elementary school teachers and Education Majors but are appropriate for all undergraduates interest. Students may not receive credit for IDST 2371 and SOCI 1306.

Unique Need Course: Check with your transfer institution to verify acceptance of courses.

Semester Hours: (3- 3 -0)

CIP: 45.1101.54 25

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