3. The ability to learn My Arcadia features found in the Tutorials section of the course, asneeded.4. The ability to use word processing software to read, author, edit and save documents.5. The ability to use a search engine, like Google, to find information on the web.
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In compliance with the Arcadia University policy and equal access laws, appropriate academicaccommodations can be made for students eligible for such support. Students are encouraged toregister with the Disability Services Office (215-968-8463) to verify their eligibility for appropriate accommodations. Please speak to me about any requests for academicaccommodations or other concerns as early in the semester as possible.
Terminal Course Objectives
To provide the student with an in-depth understanding of prominent social theorist and their interpretations of their respective social milieus, and the world beyond!
To introduce the student to classical, modern, and postmodern social theories and their relevance to contemporary society.
To encourage the integration of analytical and evaluative thought process in the explanation of social phenomena.
A 90% to 100%B 80% to 89%C 70% to 79%D 60% to 69%F Failure to complete required work