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Online College: Universal Access Point (UAP)

View : Fall 2019 | Summer 2019


Please print this page for your reference. It contains information on your class, your instructor, the course management system you will be using for the online class as well as information on how to access the class, and contact information if you need assistance.

Note: There may be multiple sections of this class taught online. Please be sure that you have the information for the class that you registered for. The section number, the reference number, and the name of the faculty members should be checked against the information in the printed schedule and on your registration material.

Term :
Summer 2019
Course Name :
Sociology 135-70 (3912)
Course Title :
Introduction to Crime
Class Notes :
  • The DE-LEC part of this class requires 10.8 hours per week of online instruction.
  • 5 week class from 07/01/19 to 08/01/19.
  • Participation in this class will consist of online interaction. Students must have access to a computer that has a reliable internet connection. Students should access during the week prior to the semester start date. All information regarding this class, including course-specific technology requirements, will be found on that webpage. The course may not be accessible to students until the first day of the class, Monday, July 1, 2019.
Instructor :
R. Pires
E-Mail Address :
Phone Number :
Use E-mail
Instructor Comments :

Students wishing to add, or view textbook information, please go to For Canvas Technical Support contact 1-844-612-7420. Questions? Email

Students must have access to a computer with internet connection and be able to purchase or access the required textbook edition for the course within the first few days of class. The Canvas Mobile App for smartphones is not 100% compatible with the required exams, discussions, and assignment submission processes.

Please note that online and hybrid classes require students to be organized and have college-level reading, comprehension, and writing skills. The SBVC sociology department advises students to complete ENGL 015 and MATH 962 first prior to enrolling in sociology courses. Sociology courses require students to demonstrate competency through written work which involves critical thinking and interpretation of numerical tables and figures. Critical thinking is defined as "disciplined thinking that is clear, rational, open-minded and informed by evidence" (


SOC 130 and SOC 135 are 5-week July session classes and start Monday 7/1/19. These classes are 100% online with no on-campus meetings.

Please check back here after 7/5/19 for information about the fall semester.

Log into our Canvas course shell a few days before the start of class. Be aware of the deadlines and expectations so you don't risk being dropped from the class. You must have access to the required textbook within the first couple of days of class. Go to for textbook information. If you need assistance accessing Canvas, contact the Canvas Help Desk at 1-844-612-7420.

Primary Course Management System

Canvas by Instructure

Note: Make sure to bookmark the login page of your course management system. This will allow you to access your online course faster.