The sociological perspective will be applied to the study of population, culture, education, religion, hunger, and community outreach. We presently live in a world divided by societal stress and persecution. It is imperative as Christians that we develop a world view that promotes the cause of Christ. Education for the profession requires foundational understanding of human needs, social problems, and all welfare responses.
SOCI 200 or 201
Offered spring semester
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