These programs provide students with social knowledge and with critical thinking skills that will help them understand issues and engage in problem solving.Our faculty work with students in and out of the classroom.
The graduate program offers a Master of Arts (MA) degree and a Ph D Minor.Course Area: Not a general education course Designations: Cross-Cultural Studies (X)The Hispanic Marketing course provides students the opportunity to identify and embrace the differences and find the similarities at the same time by acquiring knowledge on (1) cultural theories associated with Hispanic values, artifacts, and traditions; (2) the acculturation processes; (3) socialization; (4) importance of diversity and culture as effective communication tools; and (5) the impact of religion, family formation, gender and sexual orientation, social mobility, and age groups on consumer behavior and media habits. Course Area: General Education Elective (no area) Designations: Scholarship in Practice This course is the second of a two course sequence. The advertising team course is an application-based class, which provides students with the opportunity to develop a complete Integrated Marketing Communication campaign plan as part of the National Student Advertising Competition sponsored by the American Advertising Federation.This course prepares undergraduate students to become educated decision makers and consumers of information regarding U. The class is set up as hierarchy based advertising agency with some students in leadership positions and others working in departments that are managed by student directors.Topics cover the Indians' diplomatic and military struggles, as well as to the Indian perspective on familiar historical events such as the Civil War, the New Deal, and the 1960s.Developed by: Maxine Jones Course Area: History Designations: Diversity in Western Experience (Y), "W" (State-Mandated Writing)Black Women in America examines (chronologically and thematically) the unique experience of the African American woman in the United States and the role they have played in shaping this nation's history.The city of Indianapolis is vibrant and loaded with research opportunities. Indianapolis, which has been referred to as the amateur sports capital of the world, is home to the largest Children's Museum in the world, as well as the Eitelgorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, the NCAA, and an International Film Festival.Home of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the city has also been described as the "racing capital of the world." We want to do everything possible to offer you the educational opportunities that will help you succeed, both at IUPUI and in your future career.Students submit “reaction” papers in which they record and assess their response to issues and experiences.Unannounced quizzes, assigned readings, a midterm, and a final examination. Performance on unannounced quizzes, assigned readings, a midterm, and a final examination are used to determine grades.Please explore our website and learn more about our department, school, and university, and then get in touch with us for a more personal introduction to sociology at IUPUI.Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.