Undergraduate Courses

  • Sociological Theory
  • Sociology of Family

Graduate Courses

  • Statistical Analysis
    An introduction to the concepts and methods of descriptive and inferential statistical techniques. Bivariate and multivariate statistical techniques will be discussed.
  • SAS for Social Scientists
    This course introduces students to the basic principles of SAS, a widely used statistical software package. Students will learn data entry, data correction and validation, data analysis, combining data sets, rearranging data and macros. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor.
  • (upcoming) Socio-Cultural Gerontology
    A required advanced interdisciplinary seminar addressing the fundamental concepts, theories and interests of social scientific inquiry on aging and the aged. Topics include: social demographic aspects of aging in the United States and elsewhere; the cultural contexts of age as a basis for social status, stratification and social organization; societal change and aging; the history and development of social scientific theory and methodology in gerontology.