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Is Sociology a hard class??

twilight_girl09twilight_girl09 Registered User Posts: 430 Member
edited July 2009 in College Life
To be precise, the class is called Principles of Sociology(Sociology 101). What is Sociology about? Is it interesting? I'm going to take Sociology next week and was wondering am I going to enjoy it. Is the this class going to be hard? Lots of reading required?
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Replies to: Is Sociology a hard class??

  • CboeCboe User Awaiting Email Confirmation Posts: 198 Junior Member
    Google is your friend, use it.

    And it being 101, it is not hard. In addition, it is unlikely to be reading or writing intensive.

    As for whether you will enjoy it, that's you; I can't possibly tell what you will and will not enjoy.
  • Muscle7Muscle7 - Posts: 214 Junior Member
    almost any 1st year course, especially social sciences, is a joke.
  • CboeCboe User Awaiting Email Confirmation Posts: 198 Junior Member
    especially social sciences, is a joke.

    Economics rox man!
  • Muscle7Muscle7 - Posts: 214 Junior Member
    i mean joke as in easy. intro econ is supposed to be really interesting.
  • Sligh_AnarchistSligh_Anarchist Registered User Posts: 2,193 Senior Member
    It's an introductory social science course, so it will not be too terribly difficult, although it's highly dependent upon your professor. Some people equate sociology 101 with common sense.
  • aforautumnaforautumn Registered User Posts: 1,381 Senior Member
    i thought sociology was pretty interesting, if just for the statistics you learn. a lot of it common sense behavior stuff. kind of like basic psychology.
  • RelainerRelainer Registered User Posts: 25 New Member
    doesn't your school has some sort of course listing/description that you could look at that tells what the classes is like and what topics are covered?

    But in short no its not hard granted you have and average teacher
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