There are two introductory-level courses in sociology: Sociology 1 (Introduction to Sociology) and Sociology 2 (Social Problems). Each provides a broad overview of issues that many sociologists—not to mention the general public—find fascinating. These include, for example, social inequality, political corruption, crime, deviance, and racism, among others. Both courses also examine the underlying causes of these things.
In addition, both courses pay attention to how we might think about handling and resolving some of these issues as a society. Each course is designed primarily for students curious about sociology but who have not previously taken a sociology course. Of course, others are also welcome.