Current schedule of classes

Consult the university class schedule to learn which courses and seminars are being offered this semester.

Syllabus archive

Below are links to selected syllabi for graduate courses offered (or to be offered) by our current faculty.

SOC 500a Theory (Stryker)

SOC 508 Sociology of Culture (Zavisca)

SOC 508 Sociology of Culture (Abramson)

SOC 510 Political Sociology (Schwartzman)

SOC 511 Formal Models of Cultural Analysis (Breiger)

SOC 515 Social Movements and Collective Action (Earl)

SOC 525 Organizational Theory (Galaskiewicz)

SOC 526 Resarch Methods for Social Network Analysis (Breiger)

SOC 527 Social Network Analysis (Galaskiewicz)

SOC 534 Environmental Sociology (Mayer)

SOC 535 Environmental Inequality and Injustice (Mayer)

SOC 555 Gender and Society (Roth)

SOC 557 Gender and Labor Markets (Roth)

SOC 560 Race and Ethnicity (Martinez)

SOC 570a Social Statistics (Roth)

SOC570b Advanced Social Statistics (Leahey)

SOC 575 Advanced Social Research Methods (Leahey)

SOC 575 Advanced Social Research Methods (Zavisca)

SOC 576 Ethnography (Sallaz)

SOC 587 Economic Sociology (Sallaz)

SOC 565 Work and Professions (Sallaz)

SOC 595A Introduction to Graduate Study (Galaskiewicz)

SOC 595b Graduate Training - Oral Presentations (Galaskiewicz)

SOC 595c Negotiating the Job Market (Zavisca)

SOC 596a The Family--Advanced Topics (Roth)

SOC 596a Advanced Topics in Inequality and Health (Hill)

SOC 596a Law and Society (Stryker)

SOC 596a Sociology of Knowledge--Advanced Topics (Leahey)

SOC 596a Organizational Analysis--Advanced Topics) (Galaskiewicz)

SOC 596f Theory and Research on the Nonprofit Sector (Galaskiewicz)

SOC 696d Dissertation Prep (Earl)