SOC 5971: Honors Seminar 1
Semester Corequisite: SOC 3070 and SOC 3010 or SOC 3020
First course in the departmental honors sequence. Independent research in an area of sociology, culminating in a research paper. The honors project may be quantitative or qualitative. Class meetings focus on research design, refining research questions, writing a research proposal and discussing research ethics and other topics on professional practices. This course prepares students for SOC 5972. Enrollment limited to students whose formal application for departmental honors is approved.
SOC 5972: Honors Seminar 2
Semester Prerequisite: SOC 5971
Second course in the departmental honors sequence. Independent research in an area of sociology, culminating in a research paper. The research project may be a quantitative or qualitative. In this course, students will work on collecting and analyzing data, writing and editing the final research paper, and creating presentations of the research project. Enrollment limited to students who have completed SOC 5971.
- At least one-half of the course work required by the major is completed at this university
- At least a 3.0 grade point average in the major
- A minimum overall undergraduate grade point average of 3.3
Please contact the departmental honors coordinator Karen Robinson (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
Stephen Burwell “How Social Workers Assess Effectiveness and Burnout at the New, Mid and Advanced Career Stages”
Yvette Diaz “The Sexual Double Standard: Differences in the Correlates of Sexual Frequency between Men and Women”
Elias Fakhoury “Christian Arabs and Muslim Arabs Understandings of Islamophobia in Modern Society”
Ke’Auntee Ivery “What is a Good Life Made of? A Study on Subjective Well-being”
Linda Li “Serial Cohabitation: Gender, Class and Shacking Up”
Adriana Lopez Cota “The HIV/AIDS Community: Stigma, Treatments and Preventative Education Continues to be Overlooked”
Monica Navarrete “Parenting Strategies of Single and Married Working-Class Moms”
Esperanza Ortiz “Gender Roles and Egalitarianism: The Division of Labor in American Households”
Thalia Padilla “Seen and Unheard: Minority Students and Higher Education”
Dolores Resendiz “Domestic Violence: Masculinity, Aggression and Health Disparities Women Face”
Joanna Romero “Understandings of Race, Discrimination and Inequality in the Obama Era”
Courtney Schwartz “The American Dream: Millennials Mindset to Achieving Success”
Andrea Villalon “Gender Roles and Egalitarianism: The Division of Labor in American Households”
Brittany Williams “Domestic Violence: How Being a Minority Contributes to Domestic Violence Experiences