Sociology 192 / Anthropology 192
Be sure to talk with your Sociology-Anthropology advisor regarding this requirement.
Extracurricular Departmental Activities (2 units)
Course description for Soc-192-1 and An-192-1:
In order to enhance students abilities to link Christian faith and practice and major study as well as facilitate the creation of topics for more common department-wide conversations between students and faculty, students are required to attend 26 hours of academic lectures during the course of their enrollment at Westmont. These events include departmentally sponsored colloquia or worship, departmental-wide field trips, the annual departmental retreat, and other selected events. Students will be sent e-mails of approved events throughout each academic semester. Students will register for this class during one of their final semester on campus; though many hours may be completed in prior semesters. Students may start acquiring the hours after they have declared their major.
This is one of the best classes at Westmont since YOU choose the lectures you want to attend. Attendance will be documented on the honor system. After attending a lecture or event, e-mail the department secretary with the date, time, topic, name of speaker, and include a paragraph that explains how the topic related to sociology or anthropology. During finals week an academic paper with your reflections about the Soc-192/An-192 lectures is due. If you have any other questions, please ask your advisor.
For more information contact Dr. Alexandre at 805-565-6788 or e-mail her.
Dr. Judy Alexandre has an office in Deane Hall, room 109.
Office hours are: Tuesdays from 12 noon until 3:00 pm
And Thursdays from 1:15 – 3:00 pm