Sociology and Anthropology Learning Outcomes
Students completing the Bachelor’s of Arts or Sciences in Sociology and Anthropology will:
- Students will be able to describe specific cultural and social-institutional concepts and situate them in larger geographical and social contexts.
- Students will be able to assess and describe the social, cultural and political factors that link different peoples, cultures and nations in economic networks both in the U.S. and in the
- Students will be able to critically assess the role of race, social class, gender, and sexual orientation in the social structure of the United States.
- Students will be able to assess major social theories using critical analysis and through the application of empirical data.
- Students will demonstrate their knowledge of theory and method by conducting and presenting original qualitative research.
Note: Learning goals are subject to regular review and revision.