Online High School Sociology Course
Dive into the intricate labyrinth of the human mind with Excel High School's immersive high school psychology course. Designed to offer students a holistic understanding of the subject, this course navigates the interplay of emotions, behaviors, and the societal structures that shape them. Our course takes students on a journey through the major theories of psychology, shedding light on human growth, learning, personality, and the ever-evolving perspectives in the field. With interactive lessons rooted in real-world applications, students will be empowered to delve deeper into human behavior, making sense of their surroundings and interpersonal dynamics.
The meticulously curated curriculum, presented over the span of a comprehensive textbook, balances historical foundations with contemporary psychological findings. It enables students to differentiate between sensations and perceptions, understand the nuances of learned and unlearned behaviors, and get acquainted with the intricate structures of the brain that influence personality. Through this course, students won't just accumulate knowledge but develop a profound appreciation for the intricate interconnections between biology, environment, and psychology. By the end, students will be equipped with insights that can enhance not only academic understanding but also everyday interpersonal interactions and self-awareness.
High School Sociology
This course introduces the scientific study of society, also known as Sociology. The course introduces students to a range of basic sociological principles, from the origins of sociology as a discipline, to a variety of issues faced in everyday life. Specific issues examined are Ethnicity, Gender, Family, Education, Religion, Government, Economy, Health, and Illness.
Textbook:Sociology (Boundless CC BY-SA 4.0)
- Explore how Sociology contributes to an understanding of the social world.
- Understand how patterns of thought and knowledge are influenced by social, political, and economic structures.
- Understand how theories inform substantive areas of current sociological topics.
- 1. Ch 1 Sociology
- 2. Ch 2 Sociological Research
- 3. Ch 3 Culture
- 4. Ch 4 Socialization
- 5. Ch 5 Social Interaction
- 6. Ch 6 Social Groups & Organization
- 7. Ch 7 Deviance, Social Control, & Crime
- 8. Ch 8 Global Stratification & Inequality
- 9. Ch 9 U.S. Stratification & Inequality
- 10. Ch 10 Race & Ethnicity
- 11. Ch 11 Gender Stratification & Inequality
- 12. Ch 12 Family
- 13. Ch 13 Education
- 14. Ch 14 Religion
- 15. Ch 15 Government
- 16. Ch 16 Economy
- 17. Ch 17 Population & Urbanization
- 18. Ch 18 Aging
- 19. Ch 19 Health & Illness
- 20. Ch 20 Social Change
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How Much Does It Cost?
Standard high school courses are priced at an affordable $225 each. This cost-effective rate makes quality education accessible for every student.
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Single course options at Excel High School range in price depending on their difficulty. Single course prices are below:
- Standard High School Courses: $225
- Honors High School Courses: $325
- (AP) High School Courses: $599
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