Learning Outcomes

  • Master the historical and contemporary theoretical approaches of sociology and anthropology, with a focus on inequality and power across race, gender, class, and other forms of social difference in their local and global contexts.
  • Understand, evaluate, and employ research methods used by sociologists and anthropologists.
  • Gain in-depth knowledge of regional social and cultural processes (e.g., in the Middle East, Latin America, Asia, Africa, Europe, North America) and the global contexts in which they operate.
  • Develop and apply analytical and writing skills in coursework, student-faculty research collaborations, internships, civic engagements activities, entrepreneurial projects, and independent research.