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Sociology & Anthropology

Programmatic Outcomes

Upon completion of a sociology and anthropology major at UW-Green Bay, students will have:

  1. Critically evaluate the historical development of the disciplines of anthropology and sociology.
  2. Understand how the various paradigms of each discipline contributes to the unified whole and how they contribute to the improvement of cultural and social policy.
  3. Apply sociological and anthropological concepts and theories to contemporary cultural, environmental, or social issues on a global scale.
  4. Compare cultural and social systems (past and present) using an inclusive, cross-cultural, relativistic, and scientific approach.
  5. Evaluate current and historical scientific, social, cultural, environmental, and political theories, issues, and policies. 
  6. Evaluate social and cultural factors that impact attitudes, practices, and behaviors. 
  7. Critically assess the role of race, ethnicity, social class, gender, sexual orientation, ability, age, and other indices of privilege in culture and social structure. 
  8. Evaluate both quantitative and qualitative methods in the analysis of sociological and anthropological data and theory.
  9. Demonstrate knowledge of theory and method by conducting and presenting empirical research.
  10. Identify ethical principles used in scientific research.
  11. Engage in principles of inclusivity and intersectionality in everyday life and policy.
  12. Engage in service to the university, the local community, and the region through research and service.
  13. Prepare to be civically minded and responsible citizens of a vastly diverse global community.

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