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Anthropology Major Learning Outcomes

  • Assessment: Students will write papers, make oral presentations, and answer exam questions addressing the overlapping themes among the four sub-disciplines as well as between Anthropology and related disciplines in the social and natural sciences and humanities

  • Assessment: Students will write papers and make oral presentations about major theories in a given sub-discipline. Taking exams and conducting research about a specific theory or theorist will also be required

  • Assessment: Students will conduct research to link theories to field data. They will also write journals documenting their experiences in field courses and/or internships. Written exams and oral presentations will help evaluate how effectively students apply theoretical concepts to real-life situations

  • Assessment: Taking exams, writing papers, and making oral presentations will help assess the students’ knowledge of the course contents

  • Assessment: All courses will include content and activities to promote communication, writing, and problem-solving skills. Course requirements such as writing papers, taking exams, class discussions, and oral presentations will provide opportunities for students to develop these needed and desirable skills