Graduate Course for CUNY BA Students!

Posted: December 21st, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: Uncategorized | 3 Comments »

An exciting graduate course is being offered in Spring 2013 on Monday evenings that is open to qualified CUNY BA students! It is a great opportunity to work with other students, learn more about the whole of CUNY and get valuable research experience
The course is being offered by Prof. Juan Battle <jbattle@gc.cuny.edu>  and Prof. Bill Kornblum <wkornblum@gc.cuny.edu>  (both in Sociology). if you want more information, feel free to reach out to them directly.

CUNY as a Laboratory – SOC 81200 GC2 – CRN: 20350

Course Description – All students will work on a semester-long group project conducting quantitative (survey) and qualitative (one-on-one interviews, focus groups, and ethnography) research on a CUNY-wide study of undergraduates. Students will receive experience in all phases of empirical research, from conceptualization to analysis and all points in between. This course is appropriate for students in the traditional social sciences (e.g. sociology, anthropology, psychology, urban education, and history) as well as more contemporary ones (e.g., gender studies, race studies, American studies, cultural studies, lesbian and gay studies).


3 Comments on “Graduate Course for CUNY BA Students!”

  1. 1 Nicole Alexander said at 12:48 am on January 2nd, 2013:

    Will this course the available Fall 2013?

  2. 2 Nicole Alexander said at 12:49 am on January 2nd, 2013:

    Will the course *be available Fall 2013

  3. 3 Cherron Blount said at 8:02 am on January 8th, 2013:

    This course sounds great! Now I am thinking of dropping Soc3302 (Sociology of emerging global socities) at City Tech in order to take the course being offered above!


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