SOC 3246: Diseases, Disasters, & Other Killers

3 CreditsEnvironmentHistorical Perspectives

This course studies the social pattern of mortality, beginning with demographic transition theory. Students will study specific causes of death or theories of etiology, including theories about suicide, fundamental cause theory, and the role of early life conditions in mortality. Students learn tools for studying mortality, including cause of death classifications and life tables. Soc majors/minors must register A-F.

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A- Average (3.529)Most Common: A (58%)

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