The following are learning outcomes for Sociology courses for students who complete the Sociology program.
1) Relationship Between the Individual and Society: Students should have the ability to demonstrate how individual and collective biographies intersect history within society and identify and illustrate how social structures, individual consciousness, and historical processes combine to produce social reality. Students will be able to:
2) Theoretical Proficiency: Students should have the ability to articulate a variety of social theoretical perspectives to illuminate how the social world works.Students will be able to:
3) Community and Civic Engagement: Students should have the ability to illustrate the importance of community development and civic engagement and the role of compassion in a commitment to the welfare of others. Students we be able to:
4) Relations of Power: Students should be able to identify relations of power and illustrate the significance of power in shaping the human experience. Students will be able to:
5) Critical Thinking: Students should be able to develop and articulate unique understandings of complex social relations. Students will be able to:
6) Sociological Research, Methodology, and Analysis: Students should be able to demonstrate the basic knowledge of methodology and analysis and the role in creating sociological understandings of everyday life. Students will be able to: