SOC316 Course Information

Code:SOC316
Title:Population
Subtitle:n/a
Credit(s):3
Description:

A study of human population, including population structure and the processes of fertility, mortality, and migration. The course examines the impact of changing population, such as aging and urbanization, on social institutions and the environment. The course examines the role of population policy in achieving social and environmental goals.

  
Prerequisites: Sociology 101 or 211 and junior standing.
Corequisites: n/a
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