Summer 2017 Class Schedule (ARC)



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SOC 300    Introductory Sociology    3 Units

Prerequisite: None.
Advisory: ENGWR 102 or 103, and ENGRD 116 with a grade of "C" or better; OR ESLR 320 and ESLW 320 with a grade of "C" or better; OR placement through assessment process.
General Education: AA/AS Area V(b); CSU Area D0; IGETC Area 4J
Course Transferable to UC/CSU
Hours: 54 hours LEC
Description: This course examines principles and basic concepts in sociology. It includes the study of institutions, culture, social organization, group interaction, social stratification, economy, politics, social movements, and urbanization. (C-ID SOCI 110)

Schedule: Six Week - First, Jun 05-Jul 14
MTWTh     08:00AM-10:05AM LEC J.Kloss              ARC MAIN DaviesHall 203  10017 
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MTWTh     10:25AM-12:30PM LEC J.Kloss              ARC MAIN DaviesHall 203  10018 Textbook
TBA       TBA             LEC D.Welkley            Off Campus McClellan ONLINE 10283 Textbook
Online Orientation:    Monday, June 5, 2017    12:01AM-11:59PM
This course meets entirely online. For more information about the course requirements, please visit the course website at www.arc.losrios.edu/online

Schedule: Six Week - Second, Jun 19-Jul 28
MTWTh     06:00PM-08:05PM LEC W.Kawamoto           ARC MAIN DaviesHall 203  10303 Textbook
NOTE: The use of web-based tools (i.e. Internet, D2L, Canvas, etc) is required in this section.

Schedule: Eight Week - Second, Jun 12-Aug 03
MTWTh     11:10AM-12:35PM LEC J.Rawlins            Off Campus Natomas N201  10575 Textbook
TBA       TBA             LEC S.Torres             ARC MAIN Online          10779 Textbook


SOC 325    Chicano Culture    3 Units

Prerequisite: None.
Advisory: Eligible for ENGRD 310 or ENGRD 312 AND ENGWR 300; OR ESLR 340 AND ESLW 340.
General Education: AA/AS Area V(b); AA/AS Area VI (effective Summer 2015); CSU Area D0; IGETC Area 4J
Course Transferable to UC/CSU
Hours: 54 hours LEC
Description: This course is an introduction to fundamental concepts, social theories, and methods used to understand and critically analyze the production, adaptation, and construction of Chicano identity and Chicano culture within the United States. It includes micro and macro sociological analysis of Chicano culture and its relationship to Chicano social identity, social inequality, and social change.

Schedule: Six Week - Second, Jun 19-Jul 28
MTWTh     10:25AM-12:30PM LEC W.Kawamoto           ARC MAIN DaviesHall 103  12347 
Textbook
NOTE: The use of web-based tools (i.e. Internet, D2L, Canvas, etc) is required in this section.

Summer 2017 Class Schedule

Updated: August 9, 2017