REBECCA L. UTZ portrait
  • Associate Professor, Sociology Department
  • Co-Director, Consortium for Families & Health Research
  • Director of Graduate Studies, Sociology Department
  • Adjunct Associate Professor, College Of Nursing
  • Faculty Associate, Center on Aging

Current Courses

Spring 2018

  • HSP 4999-001
    Hon Thesis/Project
  • HSP 5000-001
    HSP Capstone
    Location: ST 104 (William Stewart Bldg)
  • HSP 5800-001
    HSP Internship
  • HSP 5950-001
    Independent Study
  • SBS 6220-001
    Families & Health
    Location: BEH S 315 (Behavioral Science Building)
  • SOC 3950-008
    Individual Research
  • SOC 4877-002
    Senior Thesis 2
  • SOC 4999-003
    Honors Thesis 2
  • SOC 6940-001
    Individual Research
  • SOC 6951-001
    Dir Reading-Masters
  • SOC 6988-001
    Fac Consult-Masters
  • SOC 7800-001
    Profess Development
    Location: BEH S 315 (Behavioral Science Building)
  • SOC 7910-001
    Research Project
  • SOC 7921-001
    Qual Ex#1 Read Pop I
  • SOC 7931-001
    Qual Exam: Review
  • SOC 7941-001
    Research Instruction I
  • SOC 7942-001
    Research Instruction II
  • SOC 7950-001
    Dissertation Pro Dev
  • SOC 7951-001
    Directed Reading-PhD
  • SOC 7977-001
    Dissertation Res-PhD
  • SOC 7988-001
    Fac Consultation-PhD
  • SOC 7999-001
    Continuing Registration

Fall 2017

Summer 2017

Professional Organizations

  • American Sociological Association. 08/1999 - present. Position : Member.
  • Population Association of America. 08/1999 - present. Position : Member.

Courses I Teach

  • SOC 3111 -- SOC 6110 - Research Methods
    An introduction to the methods used by social scientists to conduct research. This course is taught at both the undergrad and grad levels.
  • SOC 3650 - Social Epidemiology
    An introduction to epidemiological data and methods.
  • SOC 3673 -- SOC 7071 - Population Principles
    An introduction to population studies, which focuses on the demographic methods and measures, and the dynamics that alter population size and distribution. This course is taught at both the graduate and undergraduate levels.