To read critically, write in a clear logical manner, and verbally communicate clearly and effectively
To show broad knowledge about society and social behavior and provide credible explanations that explain how and why social development has taken a particular direction
To analyze, understand and assess the complexity of the human experience as related to social institutions
To analyze and describe how we developed as a people or society, including the social phenomena of racism, sexism, and other forms of structured inequality
To identify and critically assess ethnocentrism
To apply analytic, evaluative, and critical skills in the collection and analysis of sociological data
A minimum of 36 hours in Sociology, at least 18 hours of which must be upper-division courses (300 or 400 level). Courses at the 500 level may be taken by qualified undergraduates with the consent of the instructor
Completing the Sociology Field Test from Educational Testing Services during the final semester of course work. Dates and times for the test will be announced.