SS 402: Sr Seminar in Applied Social Sciences

Discipline: Social Sciences

Credit Hours: 3

This capstone course involves the overview, synthesis and re-examination of academic and experiential learning in the major while anticipating a career and/or further education. A close examination of a topic (e.g. social policy, comparative criminal justice systems or new directions in Criminology, Criminal Justice or Sociology) allows for a summary, reassessment and critique of the major discipline's knowledge base and its applications as embodied in the coursework required in the major. Students will generate a portfolio representing course-work and major-related experiential learning. They will engage in self-assessment, learning-consolidation and reflection in order to apply insights to future activities.

Upcoming Offerings

Term Section - Professor Day(s) Times
Spring 2016 1 - Janine Bower MWF 12:20 PM - 1:15 PM Books

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