Curriculum Map for Sociology and Anthropology Department, 2012

Goals

Program Goal #1: Core Knowledge Competence

Program Goal #2: Research and Methods Competence

Program Goal #3: Integration of Faith and Learning.

Student Learning Outcomes

Students identify, synthesize, and apply appropriate sociological and anthropological concepts and methodologies

Students produce research papers employing research methods and theoretical perspectives acquired in sociological and anthropology courses

Students demonstrate that they have been putting their faith in conversation with their discipline’s educational and theoretical emphases

Where are the learning outcomes met?

I-Introduced

AN-001, SOC-001

SOC-180

SOC-106, SOC-107,

AN-001, SOC-001

SOC-180

All courses

D-Developed

AN115, AN-130, AN-135, AN-140, AN-145,

SOC-171, AN/SOC-150

AN/SOC-155

All other AN and SOC courses through the capstone course.

SOC-106, SOC-107

All courses

M-Mastered

AN-198, SOC/AN-195

AN-198, SOC/AN-195

SOC/AN-195

How are they assessed?

For all courses: Papers, exams and projects . Senior seminar paper with rubric; student survey, use of reviewers.

Research Proposal; Senior Seminar Paper-both assessed with rubric; plan to use outside reviewers; paper, exams, and projects

Research Proposal; Senior Seminar Paper-both assessed with rubric; plan to use outside reviewers; papers, exams, and projects

Benchmarks

TBA

 TBA                                               

TBA

Link to the Institutional Learning Outcomes

Informational Literacy, Diversity, global Awareness, Critical Thinking

Critical Thinking, Information Literacy, Competence in Written Communication

Critical Thinking, Christian Understanding, Active Societal and Intellectual Engagement