Students who graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences will be able to demonstrate
1. Advanced knowledge of the conceptual framework, substantive topics, and either methods or theories of one Social Science discipline;
2. Knowledge of the basic conceptual framework and of the breadth of substantive topics of a second Social Science discipline;
3. Knowledge of the basic conceptual framework and of the breadth of substantive topics of a third Social Science discipline, or knowledge of the contribution of multiple Social Science disciplines to a specified topical area of study (e.g., racism);
4. The ability to identify the interrelatedness of multiple social science disciplines and to determine when the approach of one social science discipline is preferable to that of another;
5. An appreciation of the value of multidisciplinary explorations and an ability to analyze problems integrating multiple social scientific perspectives; and
6. An understanding of the ways in which society and culture are affected by two or more of the following: gender, ethnicity, class, regional identities, and global identities.