An introduction to the human sciences as modes of thinking and practice. With theoretical, applied, and career components, students will appraise research that examines social phenomena from at least two social-scientific disciplines; develop their own multilevel reasoning; and refine their communication and career skills in connection to potential professional and vocational paths.
The capstone course for majors, integrating the knowledge and skills acquired in the SOBS program and fulfilling graduation requirements for SOBS and SOBT majors. Students carry out a significant research project on a topic decided in consultation with the instructor.
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