SSCI 451 Empirical Research Capstone
Social scientists investigate the patterns of human interactions and then seek to interpret, explain and communicate human behavior. This seminar is designed to provide a final, integrating experience for students with a social science major. Seminar participants complete a senior project that demonstrates an ability to design a study, collect new or existing data, analyze those findings and communicate the results.
Note: Students must have earned 105 credits prior to taking this course or receive special permission from the department.
5 Undergraduate credits
Effective May 8, 2019 to present
- Ability to design a study, to collect new or existing data, to analyze the findings, and to communicate the results of the inquiry at an upper division college level.
- Ability to write analytically in a style that is well informed, well reasoned, and literate at an upper division college level.
- Demonstrates oral communication skills by informed and well-reasoned arguments.
- Masters the higher order thinking skills necessary to analyze and interpret social science literature at an upper division college level.
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