Throughout this program, students will take a look at culture, values, socialization, cooperation, conflict, inequality, deviance, violence, social conflict and control alongside the different social stratifications that make up our existence, our relationships and our everyday lives. The program focuses on globalization, cultural diversity, critical thinking, new technology, and the growing influence of mass media.
The Study of Sociology allows us to understand the structure and dynamics of our society and other societies the intricate connection to human behavior within it and the individual life changes that affect it. Sociology examines the way in which humans interact with each other, whether as individuals, groups, organizations, communities, or various social and economic classifications including sex, age, race, or class, More than that, the course will take a look at other social institutions family, economic, political, religious and how they affect human attitudes, interactions and opportunities. Sociology addresses the sources and consequences of change in social arrangements and institutions that can alter or affect individuals and organizations in various ways. Students considering a course of study in sociology, or perhaps entering this profession, have the opportunity to contribute to a wide variety of fields including healthcare, social work, corrections and even criminology.
Perform audience analysis tasks at the conclusion of this program, students will be able to:
Examine the field of sociology in terms of history, theoretical perspectives, research methods, and ethical issues
Explain cultures and their role in social interactions
Examine socialization and factors that affect socialization and social interactions
Assess deviance and the reasons for deviant behaviors
Analyze the different social stratifications
Explain sexual and racial discrimination
Critique inequalities in gender and age and their impacts on society
Assess the various social groups and organizations within societies, and discuss their origin
Analyze poverty and its effects on society
Examine factors that influence decision making and choice
Analyze the history of politics, globalization, and the effects of transformation
Examine the role of family in socialization
Examine diversity in U.S. families and study trends in marriages, remarriages, and divorce
Examine issues in education and factors that affect the educational system in the United States
Analyze religion in the U.S. and other world religions
Examine urbanization, evolution of various cities, and growth in population in the U.S. and the world
Analyze the history, theory of population growth, and demographics
Explain the process of social change
Examine the effects of growth and technology on social interactions and the environment
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Multiple funding options
Can I write in the books?
No, but the student may purchase the book at the end of the course. Please refer to your book agreement that you signed in your initial enrollment process. It outlines all of the specifications in regard to your books.
When do I get my welcome letter?
You will receive your welcome letter 3-5 days prior to your start date. If you have not received within that time frame please contact an Education Consultant to help you.
Am I eligible for MYCAA?
Visit the MyCAA Website to see if you are eligible.
What are my payment options?
Click the Financing link at the top of this page for financing information.
What is difference between a certificate and a certification?
By successfully completing a course through one of our college or university partners the student is awarded a Certificate of Completion from the institution. If there is a state or national exam that the course is preparing a student for, the proper certifying body will be indicated and that association will proctor and award any type of certification. This is the studentís responsibility, although ECA is here to help guide our students in the right direction.
Does this course translate in to college credit?
Through our college and university partners, ECA offers non-credit certificate programs.
How long do access to my complete my course?
Access will begin on your start date and end on your end date unless otherwise specified. If you are falling behind in your course please contact an Education Consultant to talk about your options.
When are the course start dates?
The course start dates are determined by the student due to open-enrollment.
Is the Certification exam included in the course?
The certification exam is not included in the cost of the course unless otherwise specified in the course education and training plan.