Sociology Courses- Fall 2012

The University of New Mexico Catalog lists all the classes on offer at the University of New Mexico. The following is a list of courses that will be on offer from the UNM Main Campus Sociology department.

 

Table of Contents:

 

Fall 2012-Undergraduate Courses

101.002 Introduction to Sociology Williams, J
CRN: 12214 TR 12:30-1:45  
Syllabus Basic concepts, topics and theories of contemporary sociology. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area IV: Social/Behavioral Sciences (NMCCN 1113)  
     
101.003 Introduction to Sociology Martin, J
CRN: 12219 MWF 11:00-11:50  
Syllabus Basic concepts, topics and theories of contemporary sociology. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area IV: Social/Behavioral Sciences (NMCCN 1113)  
     
101.004 Introduction to Sociology Erickson, R
CRN: 12223 TR 2:00-3:15  
Syllabus Basic concepts, topics and theories of contemporary sociology. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area IV: Social/Behavioral Sciences (NMCCN 1113)  
     
101.005 Introduction to Sociology Azab, M
CRN: 12227 MW 6:00-7:15  
Syllabus Basic concepts, topics and theories of contemporary sociology. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area IV: Social/Behavioral Sciences (NMCCN 1113)  
     
101.006 Introduction to Sociology Clevenger, M
CRN: 12230 MWF 10:00-10:50  
Syllabus Basic concepts, topics and theories of contemporary sociology. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area IV: Social/Behavioral Sciences (NMCCN 1113)  
     
101.007 Introduction to Sociology Clevenger, M
CRN: 12233 MWF 1:00-1:50  
Syllabus Basic concepts, topics and theories of contemporary sociology. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area IV: Social/Behavioral Sciences (NMCCN 1113)  
     
101.008 Introduction to Sociology Torrez, D
CRN: 37966 ONLINE ONLINE
Syllabus Basic concepts, topics and theories of contemporary sociology. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area IV: Social/Behavioral Sciences (NMCCN 1113)  
     
2H: 101.009 Introduction to Sociology Torrez, D
CRN: 37967 ONLINE (October 21, 2012-December 16, 2012) ONLINE
Syllabus Basic concepts, topics and theories of contemporary sociology. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area IV: Social/Behavioral Sciences (NMCCN 1113)  
     
101.010 Introduction to Sociology Lechuga, C
CRN: 44464 ONLINE ONLINE
Syllabus Basic concepts, topics and theories of contemporary sociology. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area IV: Social/Behavioral Sciences (NMCCN 1113)  
     
101.011 Introduction to Sociology Windsong, E
CRN: 39644 TR 3:30-4:45  
Syllabus Basic concepts, topics and theories of contemporary sociology. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area IV: Social/Behavioral Sciences (NMCCN 1113)  
     
200.002 Foundations of Social Welfare Torrez, D
CRN: 41548 ONLINE ONLINE
Syllabus

Overview of social welfare institutions in Western societies related to social change, stratification, economy, politics, dependency, poverty, wealth, and unemployment in U.S. and other countries; examines social work and related human service occupations.

Prerequisite: 101

 
     
205.001 Crime, Public Policy & Criminal Justice McCue, K
CRN: 12299 TR 11:00-12:15  
Syllabus

The study of crime, the criminal justice system and crime-related public policy. Discussion of key criminological concepts, measurement of crime and delinquency, its distribution in society, victimization, public opinion, the criminal justice system, crime control strategies and policies.

Prerequisites: 101

 
     
205.002 Crime, Public Policy & Criminal Justice Olson, C
CRN: 30823 TR 3:30-4:45  
Syllabus

The study of crime, the criminal justice system and crime-related public policy. Discussion of key criminological concepts, measurement of crime and delinquency, its distribution in society, victimization, public opinion, the criminal justice system, crime control strategies and policies.

Prerequisites: 101

 
     
205.003 Crime, Public Policy & Criminal Justice Clevenger, M
CRN: 12310 MWF 12:00-12:50  
Syllabus

The study of crime, the criminal justice system and crime-related public policy. Discussion of key criminological concepts, measurement of crime and delinquency, its distribution in society, victimization, public opinion, the criminal justice system, crime control strategies and policies.

Prerequisites: 101

 
     
211.001 Social Problems Goodman, R
CRN: 12316 TR 2:00-3:15  
Syllabus

Description and analysis of major social problems facing American society. Foci may include: poverty, homelessness, alcohol and drug problems, race and ethnic relations, aging and mental illness.

Prerequisites: 101

 
     
211.002 Social Problems Waddell, B
CRN: 41513 ONLINE ONLINE
Syllabus

Description and analysis of major social problems facing American society. Foci may include: poverty, homelessness, alcohol and drug problems, race and ethnic relations, aging and mental illness.

Prerequisites: 101

 
     
213.001 Deviance Lauts, B
CRN: 12326 TR 11:00-12:15  
Syllabus

Survey of major forms of norm-violating behavior in American society, such as drug and alcohol abuse, mental illness, criminal behavior and sexual deviance. Discussion of sociological explantions of the causes of, and attempts to address, these behaviors

Prerequisites: 101

 
     
213.002 Deviance Erickson, B
CRN: 12331 TR 3:30-4:45  
Syllabus

Survey of major forms of norm-violating behavior in American society, such as drug and alcohol abuse, mental illness, criminal behavior and sexual deviance. Discussion of sociological explantions of the causes of, and attempts to address, these behaviors

Prerequisites: 101

 
     
213.003 Deviance Adele, N
CRN: 12336 MWF 10:00-10:50  
Syllabus

Survey of major forms of norm-violating behavior in American society, such as drug and alcohol abuse, mental illness, criminal behavior and sexual deviance. Discussion of sociological explantions of the causes of, and attempts to address, these behaviors

Prerequisites: 101

 
     
213.004 Deviance McCue, K
CRN: 41637 ONLINE ONLINE
Syllabus

Survey of major forms of norm-violating behavior in American society, such as drug and alcohol abuse, mental illness, criminal behavior and sexual deviance. Discussion of sociological explantions of the causes of, and attempts to address, these behaviors

Prerequisites: 101

 
     
216.001 Dynamics of Prejudice McCue, K
CRN: 12355 TR 11:00-12:15  
Syllabus

The study of prejudice and discrimination, including their historical and contemporary sources and prospects for their reduction, with applications to American institutions.

Prerequisites: 101

 
     
230.001 Society & Personality Martin, J
CRN: 41479 MWF 1:00-1:50  
Syllabus

The social psychology of personalities, relationships, small groups and organizations.

Prerequisites: 101

 
     
280.002 Introduction to Research Methods St. George
CRN: 12378 TR 12:30-1:45  
Syllabus

A survey of the major methods of social research: foundations of social research, research design, sampling and measurement, quantitative and qualitative research methods and data analysis.

Prerequisites: 101

 
     
280.003 Introduction to Research Methods Pleic, M
CRN: 41465 MWF 2:00-2:50  
Syllabus

A survey of the major methods of social research: foundations of social research, research design, sampling and measurement, quantitative and qualitative research methods and data analysis.

Prerequisites: 101

 
     
280.004 Introduction to Research Methods Ulibarri, B
CRN: 12390 MW 6:00-7:15  
Syllabus

A survey of the major methods of social research: foundations of social research, research design, sampling and measurement, quantitative and qualitative research methods and data analysis.

Prerequisites: 101

 
     
280.005 Introduction to Research Methods Beals, R
CRN: 12395 TR 9:30-10:45  
Syllabus

A survey of the major methods of social research: foundations of social research, research design, sampling and measurement, quantitative and qualitative research methods and data analysis.

Prerequisites: 101

 
     
280.006 Introduction to Research Methods Olson, C
CRN: 28184 TR 2:00-3:15  
Syllabus

A survey of the major methods of social research: foundations of social research, research design, sampling and measurement, quantitative and qualitative research methods and data analysis.

Prerequisites: 101

 
     
280.007 Introduction to Research Methods Olson, C
CRN: 41541 ONLINE ONLINE
Syllabus

A survey of the major methods of social research: foundations of social research, research design, sampling and measurement, quantitative and qualitative research methods and data analysis.

Prerequisites: 101

 
     
300.001 Social Welfare Policies & Programs Coughlin, R
CRN: 37968 ONLINE ONLINE
Syllabus

The development and operation of the U.S. social welfare programs (Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid), unemployment insurance, workers compensation, public assistance, and political ideologies shaping the public debate and attitudes toward social programs.

Prerequisite or Corequisite: 200

 
     
305.001 Environmental Sociology Schwartz, S
CRN: 34433 MW 4:00-5:15  
Syllabus

Examination of humans and the environment from an ecological perspective. Focus on industrial and economic growth, natural resources development, environmental values and movements, resource management, and comparative perspective on people's relationship to the environment.

Prerequisite: 101

 
     
307.001 Nonviolent Alternatives Wolters, R
CRN: 40802 T 2:00-4:45  
Syllabus This course studies the dynamics of violence and nonviolence at the interpersonal, institutional, cultural, and global level from a variety of disciplinary perspectives.  
     
308.002 Sociology of Gender McCue, K
CRN: 37562 TR 12:30-1:45  
Syllabus

How and why societies create gender categories. How do definitions of masculinity and femininity vary? What are the costs and benefits of being male or female in contemporary American society?

Prerequisite: 101

 
     
308.003 Sociology of Gender Kawahito, Y
CRN: 44068 ONLINE ONLINE
Syllabus

How and why societies create gender categories. How do definitions of masculinity and femininity vary? What are the costs and benefits of being male or female in contemporary American society?

Prerequisite: 101

 
     
310.001 Sociology of Aging & the Aged Torrez, D
CRN: 41466 TR 9:30-10:45  
Syllabus

Descriptive and theoretical study of the social situation of older persons in contemporary industrial societies; the impact on societal institutions of an increasing percentage of older citizens.

Prerequisite: 101

 
     
312.002 Causes of Crime & Delinquency Velez, M
CRN: 12440 MWF 10:00-10:50  
Syllabus

A survey of criminological theories exploring why some people are more likely to engage in crime than others and why crime rates vary over time and space and across social groups. Attendant policy issues will also be discussed.

Prerequisite: 205 or 211 or 213

 
     
312.003 Causes of Crime & Delinquency Rack, M
CRN: 38965 ONLINE ONLINE
Syllabus

A survey of criminological theories exploring why some people are more likely to engage in crime than others and why crime rates vary over time and space and across social groups. Attendant policy issues will also be discussed.

Prerequisite: 205 or 211 or 213

 
     
312.004 Causes of Crime & Delinquency Willits, D
CRN: 44458 ONLINE ONLINE
Syllabus

A survey of criminological theories exploring why some people are more likely to engage in crime than others and why crime rates vary over time and space and across social groups. Attendant policy issues will also be discussed.

Prerequisite: 205 or 211 or 213

 
     
313.002 Social Control Broidy, L
CRN: 12458 TR 2:00-3:15  
Syllabus

The study of informal and formal social control strategies for guiding and monitoring individual behavior and social interaction. Discussion of key social control agents and institutions, including the family, schools, peers, media, religion, and the criminal justice system.

Prerequisite: 205 or 211 or 213

 
     
313.003 Social Control Clevenger, M
CRN: 12461 MWF 11:00-11:50  
Syllabus

The study of informal and formal social control strategies for guiding and monitoring individual behavior and social interaction. Discussion of key social control agents and institutions, including the family, schools, peers, media, religion, and the criminal justice system.

Prerequisite: 205 or 211 or 213

 
     
326.001 Sociology of New Mexico Fitzpatrick, M
CRN: 27684 TR 11:00-12:15  
Syllabus

New Mexico as a social system; the infrastructure of communities and ethnic groups, stratification, major social institutions, deviance and inter-group relations

Prerequisite: 101

 
     
326.002 Sociology New Mexico Ibarra, R
CRN: 25869 TR 12:30-1:45  
Syllabus

New Mexico as a social system; the infrastructure of communities and ethnic groups, stratification, major social institutions, deviance and inter-group relations

Prerequisite: 101

 
     
331.001 Social Movements Santoro, W
CRN: 12485 TR 3:30-4:45  
Syllabus

The study of riots, disturbances, social movements and other forms of contentious collective behavior. Strategies of conflict and conflict resolution are considered.

Prerequisite: 101

 
     
331.003 Social Movements Ouassini, A
CRN: 44461 ONLINE ONLINE
Syllabus

The study of riots, disturbances, social movements and other forms of contentious collective behavior. Strategies of conflict and conflict resolution are considered.

Prerequisite: 101

 
     
331.006 Social Movements Santoro, W
CRN: 32344 TR 9:30-10:45  
Syllabus

The study of riots, disturbances, social movements and other forms of contentious collective behavior. Strategies of conflict and conflict resolution are considered.

Prerequisite: 101

 
     
1H 335.001 Sociology of Mass Communication Olson, C
CRN: 44630 S 9:00-2:00 (August 20, 2012 - October 13, 2012)  
Syllabus Mass communication in society with emphasis in Western industrial societies, impact of mass communication on social movements and on sectors of the social structure; social psychology of mass communication.  
     
340.001 Sociology of Medical Practice Huyser, K
CRN: 41467 W 4:00-6:30  
Syllabus An introduction to the delivery of health care in the U.S. and selected other countries is pursued with an emphasis on the interaction of patients, professionals and health care institutions.  
     
340.002 Sociology of Medical Practice Padilla, A
CRN: 41514 ONLINE ONLINE
Syllabus An introduction to the delivery of health care in the U.S. and selected other countries is pursued with an emphasis on the interaction of patients, professionals and health care institutions.  
     
345.001 Youth & Society Cutler, C
CRN: 41468 M 4:00-6:30  
Syllabus

An assessment of the creation and dynamics of childhood and youth in human societies. Consideration of historical and cross-cultural material; and issues such as deviance and popular culture.

Prerequisite: 101

 
     
345.002 Youth & Society Padilla, A
CRN: 44507 ONLINE ONLINE
Syllabus

An assessment of the creation and dynamics of childhood and youth in human societies. Consideration of historical and cross-cultural material; and issues such as deviance and popular culture.

Prerequisite: 101

 
     
371.001 Classical Sociological Theory Adele, N
CRN: 37969 ONLINE ONLINE
Syllabus

The study of 19th century sociological theory, with particular emphasis on Mar, Durkheim, and Weber.

Prerequisite: 101

 
     
371.002 Classical Sociological Theory Adele, N
CRN: 12491 MWF 12:00-12:50  
Syllabus

The study of 19th century sociological theory, with particular emphasis on Mar, Durkheim, and Weber.

Prerequisite: 101

 
     
371.003 Classical Sociological Theory Turner, E
CRN: 12498 TR 9:30-10:45  
Syllabus

The study of 19th century sociological theory, with particular emphasis on Mar, Durkheim, and Weber.

Prerequisite: 101

 
     
371.004 Classical Sociological Theory Ouassini, A
CRN: 44484 ONLINE ONLINE
Syllabus

The study of 19th century sociological theory, with particular emphasis on Mar, Durkheim, and Weber.

Prerequisite: 101

 
     
381.001 Sociological Data Analysis Willits, D
CRN: 12503 TR 9:30-10:45  
Syllabus

An introduction to the basic statistics (both descriptive and inferential) employed in the analysis of quantitative sociological data.

Prerequisite: 280

 
     
381.003 Sociological Data Analysis Nowacki, J
CRN: 12508 MWF 10:00-10:50  
Syllabus

An introduction to the basic statistics (both descriptive and inferential) employed in the analysis of quantitative sociological data.

Prerequisite: 280

 
     
381.004 Sociological Data Analysis Pleic, M
CRN: 12505 TR 3:30-4:45  
Syllabus

An introduction to the basic statistics (both descriptive and inferential) employed in the analysis of quantitative sociological data.

Prerequisite: 280

 
     
381.006 Sociological Data Analysis Brown, S
CRN: 41515 ONLINE ONLINE
Syllabus

An introduction to the basic statistics (both descriptive and inferential) employed in the analysis of quantitative sociological data.

Prerequisite: 280

 
     
398.002 ST: Transnational Feminisms Ramirez de Arellano
CRN: 41824 T 4:00-6:30  
Syllabus Special Topics  
     
398.003 ST: Christ & Culture Candelaria, M
CRN: 38205 TR 11:00-12:15  
Syllabus Special Topics  
     
398.004 ST: Human Rights in Anthropology Cargas, S
CRN: 35427 M 2:00-4:45  
Syllabus Special Topics  
     
398.005 ST: Women's Health Policy Rossi Pressley, G
CRN: 34588 W 5:30-8:00  
Syllabus Special Topics  
     
398.006 ST; Black Men in America Becknell, C
CRN: 41470 TR 11:00-12:15  
Syllabus Special Topics  
     
398.007 ST; Sociology of Sport Yiannakis, A
CRN: 41256 TR 2:00-3:15  
Syllabus Special Topics  
     
398.009 ST; Raza Genders & Sexualities Staff
CRN: 41567 M 6:30-9:30  
Syllabus Special Topics  
     
398.011 ST: Education & Colonialism in W. Africa Staff
CRN: 41572 W 4:00-6:30  
Syllabus Special Topics  
     
398.013 ST: Race, Family, and the Law Gipson Rankin, S
CRN: 42819 TR 9:30-10:45  
Syllabus Special Topics  
     
398.014 ST: Vatos Homegirls Lit-Film Galvan, L
CRN: 45263 MW 11:00-12:15  
Syllabus Special Topics  
     
398.015 ST: Blacks and Mental Health Trahan, D
CRN: 44426 ONLINE ONLINE
Syllabus Special Topics  
     
398.016 ST: El Movimiento: Chicano Movements Baca, J
CRN: 45268 TR 5:30-6:45  
Syllabus Special Topics  
     
398.017 ST: Epidemiology Torrez, D
CRN: 44531 TR 11:00-12:15  
  Special Topics  
     
2H 398.104 ST: Sociology of Mainstream & Alternative Media Olson, C
CRN: 44631 S 9:00-2:00 (October 21, 2012-December 16, 2012)  
Syllabus Special Topics  
     
399.001 Advanced Undergraduate Work in Sociology Santoro, W
CRN: 43546 TR 12:30-1:45  
Syllabus

First of a six-credit Sociology Honors Thesis Program; students develop skills to write an honors thesis proposal; culminates in the completion of a senior honors thesis written in SOC 499.

Prerequisite: 280

Restriction: permission of department's honors coordinator, Dr. Wayne Santoro

 
     
*414.001 Sociology of Corrections Guerin, P
CRN: 41471 W 9:30-12:00  
Syllabus

Study of the perspectives of corrections, its relationship to other criminal justice agencies, various forms sentencing nd punishment, corrections administration and issues in the field. Visits may be made to several facilities.

Prerequisite: 312 and 313

 
     
416.001 Sociology of Law TBA
CRN: 44300 TR 11:00-12:15  
Syllabus

Social science perspectives of the law, legal institutions, and the impact of law on behavior. Topics include theories of law and legality; comparative legal systems; lawyers, judges and juries; and the use of social science in the courts.

Prerequisite: 312 and 313.

 
     
1H *418.001 ST; Sociology of Madness Barker, K
CRN: 44302 TR 2:00-4:30 (August 20, 2012 - October 13, 2012)  
Syllabus Selected topics in criminology  
     
420.001 Race & Cultural Relations Lopez, N
CRN: 37564 T 4:00-6:30  
Syllabus

Comparative and structural analysis of intergroup relations in the United States and/or other countries and regions.

Prerequisite: 101 and 216

 
     
420.002 Race & Cultural Relations Padilla, A
CRN: 44544 ONLINE ONLINE
Syllabus

Comparative and structural analysis of intergroup relations in the United States and/or other countries and regions.

Prerequisite: 101 and 216

 
     
423.001 Gender & Crime Nowacki, J
CRN: 44301 MWF 12:00-12:50  
Syllabus

This course will outline similarities and difference in offending patterns across males and females and discuss various explanations for these differences. Discussions will also focus on the dynamics of female offending, the formal social control of female offenders and the role of women in the correctional system.

Prerequisite: 312 and 313

 
     
471.001 Contemporary Sociological Theory Goodman, R
CRN: 12534 TR 12:30-1:45  
Syllabus

Comparative analysis of major contributions to sociological theory in the 20th century: Functionalism, phenomenology, French Structuralism, Analytical Marxism.

Prerequisite: 101

 
     
471.002 Contemporary Sociological Theory Goodman, R
CRN: 12535 TR 11:00-12:15  
Syllabus

Comparative analysis of major contributions to sociological theory in the 20th century: Functionalism, phenomenology, French Structuralism, Analytical Marxism.

Prerequisite: 101

 
     
471.003 Contemporary Sociological Theory Adele, N
CRN: 43975 ONLINE ONLINE
Syllabus

Comparative analysis of major contributions to sociological theory in the 20th century: Functionalism, phenomenology, French Structuralism, Analytical Marxism.

Prerequisite: 101

 
     
471.004 Contemporary Sociological Theory Fiala, R
CRN: 12558 W 4:00-6:30  
Syllabus

Comparative analysis of major contributions to sociological theory in the 20th century: Functionalism, phenomenology, French Structuralism, Analytical Marxism.

Prerequisite: 101

 
     
481L.003 Research Methods in Sociology

Fiala, R (Lecture)

Beals, R (Lab)

CRN: 44305

Lecture: W 7:00-9:30

Lab: F 10:00-10:50AM

 
Syllabus

Use of the computer as a tool of social research; utilization of data archives; problems of research design, instrumentation and analysis of empirical data.

Prerequisite: 280 and 381

 
     
481L.004 Research Methods in Sociology

Fiala, R (Lecture)

Beals, R (Lab)

CRN: 44306

Lecture: W 7:00-9:30

Lab: F 9:00-9:50AM

 
Syllabus

Use of the computer as a tool of social research; utilization of data archives; problems of research design, instrumentation and analysis of empirical data.

Prerequisite: 280 and 381

 
     
481L.007 Research Methods in Sociology

Roberts, A (Lecture)

Nowacki, J (Lab)

CRN: 45116

Lecture: TR 2:00-3:15

Lab: T 3:30-4:20

 
Syllabus

Use of the computer as a tool of social research; utilization of data archives; problems of research design, instrumentation and analysis of empirical data.

Prerequisite: 280 and 381

 
     
481L.008 Research Methods in Sociology

Roberts, A (Lecture)

Nowacki, J (Lab)

CRN: 45119

Lecture: TR 2:00-3:15

Lab: R 3:30-4:20

 
Syllabus

Use of the computer as a tool of social research; utilization of data archives; problems of research design, instrumentation and analysis of empirical data.

Prerequisite: 280 and 381

 
     
481L.009 Research Methods in Sociology

Roberts, A (Lecture)

Windsong, E (Lab)

CRN: 45155

Lecture: TR 5:30-6:45

Lab: T 7:00-7:50

 

Syllabus

Use of the computer as a tool of social research; utilization of data archives; problems of research design, instrumentation and analysis of empirical data.

Prerequisite: 280 and 381

 
     
481L.010 Research Methods in Sociology

Roberts, A (Lecture)

Windsong, E (Lab)

CRN: 45156

Lecture: TR 5:30-6:45

Lab: R 7:00-7:50

 
Syllabus

Use of the computer as a tool of social research; utilization of data archives; problems of research design, instrumentation and analysis of empirical data.

Prerequisite: 280 and 381

 
     
488.001 Field Observation & Experience Velez, M
CRN: 27689 Arranged Arranged
 

An opportunity for Sociology/Criminology students to work in a criminal justice or social service agency for course credit. Students must apply to the program and have a 3.0 GPA or higher in the major.

Restriction: upper-division standing and permission of instructor.

 

 

Fall 2012-Graduate Courses:

*414.001 Sociology of Corrections Guerin, P
CRN: 41471 W 9:30-12:00  
 

Study of the perspectives of corrections, its relationship to other criminal justice agencies, various forms sentencing and punishment, corrections administration and issues in the field. Visits may be made to several facilities.

 
     
1H *418.001 ST; Sociology of Madness Barker, K
CRN: 44302 TR 2:00-4:30 (August 20, 2012 - October 13, 2012)  
  Selected topics in criminology  
     
500.001 Classical Sociological Theory Wood, R
CRN: 45487 T 4:00-6:30  
  Advanced study of selected classical theorists.  
     
507.001 T: Diversity in Higher Education Ibarra, R
CRN: 43550 W 4:00-6:30  
  Topics  
     
520.001 Racial & Ethnic Relations Gonzales, P
CRN: 45283 T 7:00-9:30  
  Historical and comparative analysis of race and ethnic relations in the U.S., with comparative reference to Western Europe, Latin America, Asia. Origins and maintenance of slavery; minority community development; causes and consequences of prejudice.  
     
523.001 Proseminar Fiala, R
CRN: 12725 R 12:00-12:50  
  Introduces incoming graduate students to each of the department's regular faculty members and their work.  
     
580.002 Methods of Social Research I Roberts, J
CRN: 45488 M 5:00-7:30  
  Analytical examination of traditional methodological issues including measurement, experimental design, sampling, theory construction, role of statistics and nature of probability.  
     
582.003 Advanced Social Statistics II Roberts, J
CRN: 45482 T 7:00-9:30  
 

Additional methods for quantitative social research: regression diagnostics, logit and Poisson regression, principal components, correspondence analysis.

Prerequisite: 581

 
     
595.001 T: Proseminar in Latin American Studies Wood, R
CRN: 41540 R 4:00-6:30  
  Special Topics in Sociology  
     
595.003 T: Complex Organizations Schrank, A
CRN: 46141 Special Topics in Sociology  
     
     
595.005 T: Health Policy & Social Equity Cacari Stone, L
CRN: 45048 R 7:00-9:30  
  Special Topics in Sociology