The learning outcomes for sociology majors are:

  1. Comprehend: Be able to recognize and interpret existing sociological knowledge.
  2. Conceptualize: Be able to construct sociological explanations for social phenomena        
  3. Analyze and Compute: Be able to conduct sociological inquiry        
  4. Interpret: Be able to make sociological sense of relevant data 


The learning outcomes for sociology minors are:

  1. Recognize and interpret the relationship between individuals and social processes and institutions, using various sociological theories
  2. Describe major methods used by sociologists to collect and analyze data.