Sociology

B.S. in Criminal Justice

  1. Work with numbers and demonstrate quantitative skills
  2. Make a presentation on and write a non-technical report understood by non-academics
  3. Work with people in different groups characterized by race, ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic class, religion, or immigration status to achieve a goal
  4. Make an evidence-based argument
  5. Use computers to locate and analyze data
  6. Gather information and analyze social problems

B.S. in Sociology

  1. Work with numbers and demonstrate quantitative skills
  2. Make a presentation on and write a non-technical report understood by non-sociologists
  3. Work with people in different groups characterized by race, ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic class, religion, or immigration status to achieve a goal
  4. Make an evidence-based argument
  5. Use computers to locate and analyze data
  6. Gather information and analyze social problems

M.A. in Sociology

  1. Students will be able to identify and use quantitative and qualitative research methods for research and present results in a research report.
  2. Students will be able to choose appropriate statistical techniques to answer basic research questions, perform basic statistical analysis using computer software, and interpret results.

Ph.D. in Sociology

  1. Students will be able to choose appropriate statistical techniques to answer more complex research questions, perform intermediate-level statistical analysis using computer software, and interpret results.
  2. Students will be able to design an advanced research project, carry out the research, write a report, and present findings that make an original contribution.

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