Goal 1: Sociological Imagination
Outcome: Describe the discipline of Sociology and apply the Sociological Imagination to an understanding of the social world.
Goal 2: Social Theory
Outcome: Define the role of Social Theory in sociological research and the development of knowledge.
Goal 3: Research Methods and Data Analysis
Outcome: Identify the basic methodological approaches, recognize critical ethical issues, and assess the evidence used in sociological research and policy.
Goal 4: Individuals and Institutions
Outcome: Explain the relationship between individuals and social institutions and contrast their differences across time and social context.
Goal 5: Inequality in Society
Outcome: Make appropriate generalizations by social group and explain variation using sociological theory, research, and empirical evidence.
Goal 6: Global Cultures
Outcome: Articulate the ways that large global systems affect local and national contexts and further demonstrate how globalization has caused (or is causing, to keep in active voice) global divisions between societies, as well as mounting inequalities within societies.
Goal 7: Information Literacy and Critical Thinking
Outcome: Identify and retrieve appropriate information from the internet and critically analyze, apply, synthesize, evaluate and adapt it to our sociological knowledge.