|Required Student Learning Outcomes
- describe major concepts and theories of at least one discipline in the social sciences;
- demonstrate an understanding of the methods social scientists use to explore social
- impart a knowledge of major concepts, models and issues of anthropology, economics,
geography history, political science, and/or sociology as recognized academic disciplines.
- provide an understanding of the methods used by social scientists to explore social
phenomena including, when appropriate to the discipline, observation, hypothesis development,
measurement and data collection, experimentation, evaluation of evidence, and employment
of mathematical and interpretive analysis.
- Notes: (1) If the course is not at the introductory level, it includes the above content
in a form accessible to and effective for a student who has not already completed
an introductory social science course.
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