(Freshmen register for their FLC classes at their Lobo Orientation or CEP Orientation session. You must register for all the classes in an FLC combination. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. FAC classes do not permit "wait lists" or "yellow cards" for enrollment in FAC classes that are filled to capacity.)
In 2010, students in this FLC took a field trip to Acoma Pueblo.
Freshman Seminar: SOC 101-608 Introduction to Sociology (3)
Instructor: Lopez, N
Schedule: TR 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
Linked With: CJ 130-608 Public Speaking (3 Cr)
Schedule: TR 12:30 - 1:45 PM
Sociology is a profoundly liberating discipline. It provides us with new perspectives on the organization of society. We will develop our sociological "eyeglasses" by exploring how issues that appear to concern individuals actually reflect larger social forces. One of the pleasures of being a sociologist is that you can study anything that sparks your interest. Seminar projects will be anchored in students' interests. We will read key theorists who address inequality vis-à-vis social class, work and the economy, mass media, racialization processes, gendering processes, sexuality, disability, education and social change.