Course Spotlights

Our courses aim to provide students with interesting, hands-on experiences that will continue to be valuable long after final grades are submitted. Here's a look at some of our new courses and curricular offerings that are broadening student horizons: 

Community Development and Non-Profit Course Cluster

The Sociology Department now offers four different courses focused on community development and non-profit organizations.

These include:

SOCI 3321

Nonprofit Organizations: Conceptual Primer

SOCI 3322

Nonprofits at Work in the Community

SOCI 4351

Nonprofit Fundraising and Grant Writing

SOCI 4353

Nonprofit Management and Community Leadership

These courses can be combined with other department offerings on urban sociology, social movements, organizations, environmental sociology, and others to create a concentrated set of courses involving community development and public-oriented sociology.