SOCL 2002: HONORS: Introductory Sociology

Overview

Course: SOCL 2002
Title: HONORS: Introductory Sociology
Department: SOCL - Sociology
Credits: 3
Description: Same as SOCL 2001 with a special honors emphasis for qualified students.
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History

Semester Average W-Rate A B C D F Enrolled Avail Sections
Fall 2016 (shown) 52 8 2
Spring 2016 42 18 2
Fall 2015 60 0 2
Spring 2015 50 10 2
Fall 2014 30 1
Spring 2014 51 9 2
Fall 2013 26 4 1
Spring 2013 26 4 1
Fall 2012 26 4 1
Spring 2012 34 1 1
Fall 2011 29 1 1
Spring 2011 31 4 1
Fall 2010 30 1
Spring 2010 54 6 2
Fall 2009 55 5 2
Spring 2009 3.473 5% 70% 12% 5% 0% 6% 58 2 2
Overall 3.473 5% 71% 12% 5% 0% 7% 58

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NOTE: Grade distribution information for this semester is not yet available. The Average and W-Rate shown are averages for the given instructor in SOCL 2002. Click an instructor's name for a full breakdown.

Section Course Days Start End Enrolled Avail Type Average W-Rate Distro Instructor Room/Building
3 SOCL 2002-3 MWF 8:30a 9:20a 22 8 THOMAS D 0129 ALLEN
4 SOCL 2002-4 MWF 11:30a 12:20p 30 0 O'NEIL R 0129 ALLEN

Reviews

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B Communication Skills
C Personality
B Course Content
A+ Exams and Grading
B Time Required
B Grade You Earned
Review #1 / Course: SOCL 2002 / Instructor: ST PIERRE R
Easy course. Go to class to take notes and read the book. St. Pierre has a terrible personality and is often grumpy, but the exams were straight from the notes.
Posted: 1/18/2011 11:31:20 PM
Not Recommended/D Instructor
Not Recommended/F Course
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D Personality
F Course Content
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Review #2 / Course: SOCL 2002 / Instructor: SLACK T
Very easy class, but only if you agree with Slack about everything. He is extremely liberal, and his arguments about policy are superficial and weak- I say try to get me to believe whatever you want, but have a good argument! Easy to get an A if you bite your tongue and just write what he wants to hear. As for the material itself, it is total BS. There is no place for opinion in science. Either stop trying to make policy, or stop calling your discipline a science. That sad thing is that it could actually be very respectable if sociologist would focus only on what's going on any why instead of trying to push their agendas on what needs to be done about it.
Posted: 12/8/2010 11:41:21 AM
Recommended/A+ Instructor
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A+ Personality
A+ Course Content
A+ Exams and Grading
B Time Required
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Review #3 / Course: SOCL 2002 / Instructor: SLACK T
Slack is a great teacher. He lets you participate and posts all powerpoints online so you can actually listen to the lecture. He grades fairly easy, and if you put forth effort and attend class you'll have an A or B.
Posted: 12/18/2008 10:49:57 AM
Recommended/C Instructor
Recommended/C Course
C Communication Skills
C Personality
D Course Content
A+ Exams and Grading
B Time Required
C Grade You Earned
Review #4 / Course: SOCL 2002 / Instructor: DUMAIS S
SO easy. A final, midterm, and a paper. That's it!
Posted: 5/27/2008 12:53:16 PM
Recommended/A+ Instructor
Recommended/A+ Course
A+ Communication Skills
A+ Personality
A+ Course Content
A+ Exams and Grading
A+ Time Required
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Review #5 / Course: SOCL 2002 / Instructor: DUMAIS S
1 midterm and 1 final. 5 easy written homework assignments. Research paper required, which to my knowledge eveyone did well on. Lowest exam grades were still in the high 80s-low 90s. Great personality.
Posted: 1/12/2008 2:30:12 PM

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