College of Behavioral & Social Sciences

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MCGS STUDENT LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  1. MCGS majors can identify, describe, and analyze major figures, events, and issues in the experiences of women, at least one American ethnic group, and/or sexual identity groups through various theoretical lenses.
  2. MCGS majors can explain precisely the concept of intersectionality, as well as the interlocking systems of power including racism, ethnocentrism, classism, ableism, sexism, and heterosexism.
  3. MCGS majors can correctly and effectively apply vocabulary, concepts, theories, and analytical frameworks essential to multicultural and gender analysis in assignments such as essays, exams, and research papers.
  4. MCGS majors can explain precisely the concept of intersectionality, as well as the interlocking systems of power including racism, ethnocentrism, classism, ableism, sexism, and heterosexism.
  5. MCGS majors are able to compose comprehensible, well organized, and substantive verbal presentations in the disciplines in multicultural, gender, and sexual identity studies.
  6. MCGS majors are able to compose comprehensible, well organized, and substantive scholarly writing in the disciplines in multicultural, gender, and sexual identity studies.
  7. MCGS majors can complete scholarly research, employing effective data collection and/or analysis methods.
  8. MCGS majors can apply their knowledge of multiculturalism, women’s studies, and/or sexual diversity to an organization or community effort.