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Sociology is the study of social life, social change, and the social causes and consequences of human behavior. It addresses the most challenging issues of our time – from family intimacy to organized crime; from education reform to corporate downsizing; from racial profiling to social justice; from waging war to making peace. Its insights and findings are utilized in crafting public policy and creating social programs. (Description courtesy American Sociological Association.)

    W.E.B. DuBois                                                                           Émile Durkheim

Course Descriptions
Course Syllabi    ---         Fall         Winter         Summer        

Instructors:    (Click on instructor's name for Schedule and Office Hours)

Nicholas Budimir Room 244-2  231-777-0620
Sherri DeBoef-Chandler  (homepage) Room 246-A 231-777-0469
Floyd Cook     (Adjunct) Room 242 231-777-0380
Mary Gee       (Adjunct) Room 242 231-777-0380
Diane Jackson   (Adjunct) Room 242 231-777-0380
Susan Pavlik   (Adjunct) Room 242 231-777-0380
Marilyn Preston (Adjunct) Room 242 231-777-0380
Kimberly Underwood   (Adjunct) Room 242 231-777-0380
Jon VanWieren     (Adjunct) Room 242  231-777-0380