Programs of Study
Do you enjoy expressing yourself through writing, art, or music? Are you interested in human communication and behavior? Do you enjoy studying culture, history, or politics? Explore these liberal arts and social science programs to find a major right for you.
The anthropology program offers basic lower division courses, serving as an excellent background to many other behavioral sciences.
Folsom Lake College's art curriculum offers introductory and intermediate level courses in painting, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, printmaking, and design.
Folsom Lake College's art history curriculum offers a wide range of courses in introduction to art, western, and non-western art, from prehistoric to contemporary.
Folsom Lake College is committed to providing an innovative and stimulating environment for student learning in theoretical and pragmatic applications of communication education.
The dance studies curriculum at Folsom Lake College offers students the opportunity to develop a breadth of multi-disciplinary dance abilities and knowledge.
Deaf Culture and American Sign Language Studies
Learn about Deaf Culture and American Sign Language Studies at Folsom Lake College.
The Folsom Lake College economics curriculum studies how people and societies produce various commodities and distribute them for consumption, now or in the future.
The Folsom Lake College English department offers broad study in the fields of the written and spoken language.
English as a Second Language
Folsom Lake College offers courses in English as a second language (ESL) designed to provide students with the command of the English language necessary to pursue both transfer level and career education courses.
Folsom Lake College offers elementary and intermediate courses in French providing students with the ability to understand basic conversations, speak with reasonable fluency, and write at their speaking level.
The Folsom Lake College geography program offers courses that satisfy lower division general education requirements in both the physical and social sciences.
The Folsom Lake College history curriculum offers a study of history that contributes to cultural literacy and develops critical thinking and other useful skills while helping students understand today and plan for tomorrow.
Folsom Lake College's humanities curriculum offers students the opportunity to develop interdisciplinary knowledge, enhance their appreciation of the arts, and sharpen their critical thinking skills.
This Folsom Lake College major is intended for students who want a general background in the areas of arts and humanities, communication and English, social and behavioral sciences, or math and science.
The Folsom Lake College music curriculum includes vocal and instrumental components, as well as courses on music and music history.
Folsom Lake College's philosophy program is directed toward understanding fundamental human issues in their historical and cultural contexts and applying insights to contemporary life.
The Folsom Lake College photography curriculum is designed to teach skills for entry-level positions in the professional photography industry.
Folsom Lake College's political science program studies governmental structures and political systems, as well as examines how individuals and institutions interact within those systems.
Psychology concerns itself with the study of behavior and mental processes.
Sign Language Studies
Folsom Lake College's sign language studies curriculum introduces students to American sign language, teaching students basic conversational skills to communicate with members of the deaf community.
Social Work/Human Services
Folsom Lake College's social work/human services program prepares students for employment as an associate professional. Students can transfer to four-year colleges and universities to continue their studies in psychology and social work.
Folsom Lake College's sociology program examines the social and cultural bases that impact human behavior, interaction, and life changes.
Folsom Lake College offers the fundamental communication courses for proficiency in Spanish. Students will be able to understand the spoken language and to speak, read, and write at a proficient level.
Folsom Lake College's theatre arts program provides a broad foundation in various aspects of theatre including history, diversity, and production.