UNIV 218R

Topics in Social Science

Undergraduate Education

Course Description

Survey or introductory approach to issues in the social sciences; topics may include but are not limited to anthropology, archaeology, economics, government, history, psychology, sociology, social work, etc.

When Taught

Contact Department

Grade Rule

Grade Rule 10: A, B, C, D, E, T, I (Standard grade rule with a T option)

Min

3

Fixed

3

Fixed

3

Fixed

0

Note

This course will fill the GE Social Science requirement.

Title

Learning Outcomes

Learning Outcome

By the end of this course, students will be able to Apply relevant historical knowledge and social science disciplinary methods to explore a question, theme, or topic. Frame questions, locate and evaluate evidence, and develop arguments that account for relevant historical and societal contexts, opposing views, and personal and disciplinary biases. Recognize and integrate different ways of knowing, including approaches rooted in the gospel of Jesus Christ, as they analyze a question, theme, or topic. Communicate conclusions in oral, visual, or written format using relevant vocabulary and judicious interpretation of evidence.