SS 300 — Sociology of Everyday Life

3 credits; 3 lecture hours

This course provides students with a sociological understanding of everyday life from a micro-level analysis. Using theoretical perspectives such as symbolic interaction, labeling, and social constructionism, students will examine how social interaction creates and sustains the everyday social worlds people live in, ranging from an airport departure hall to social media sites. (G4: Social Sciences)
Prerequisite(s): SS 171.

Fashion Design – Children’s Wear

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...and SS (Social Sciences). Major Area Electives: 6 credits minimum. CHOICE of any 300- or...

Fashion Design – Intimate Apparel

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...and SS (Social Sciences). Major Area Electives: 4 credits minimum. CHOICE of any 300- or...

Fashion Design – Knitwear

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...and SS (Social Sciences). Major Area Electives: 4 credits minimum. CHOICE of any 300- or...

Fashion Design – Sportswear

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...and SS (Social Sciences). Major Area Electives:6 credits minimum. CHOICE of any 300- or...