Course & Program Outcomes Matrix - Master's

Program Outcomes
Code Course Type L1L2L3L4L5L6F1F2F3P1P2P3P4P5
ANTH 515Area Electives
ANTH 521Area Electives
ANTH 526Area Electives555555
ANTH 528Area Electives555555
ANTH 550Area Electives
ANTH 554Area Electives555555555
ANTH 568Area Electives
CONF 511Area Electives555554455
CULT 500Required Courses54345554554455
CULT 501Required Courses53434452454152
CULT 502Required Courses55555554555555
CULT 503Required Courses55555555555555
CULT 522Area Electives
CULT 532Area Electives555555
CULT 541Area Electives
CULT 542Area Electives
CULT 544Area Electives
CULT 551Area Electives545455
CULT 552Area Electives
CULT 553Area Electives
CULT 554Area Electives545555
CULT 555Area Electives
CULT 561Area Electives555555555
CULT 562Area Electives555555555
CULT 590Required Courses55555555555553
CULT 591Area Electives
CULT 593Area Electives555555555
CULT 598Area Electives
CULT 599Master Thesis55555555555555
GEN 541Area Electives
GEN 600Area Electives
GEN 601Area Electives
GEN 605Area Electives
GEN 610Area Electives
GEN 680Area Electives
GEN 690Area Electives
GEN 699Area Electives
GEN 700Area Electives
GR 501SRequired Courses55144311211111
GR 502SRequired Courses
GR 503SRequired Courses
GR 555SRequired Courses
HIST 517Area Electives
HIST 589Area Electives55555555
HIST 671Area Electives555555555
HIST 689Area Electives55555555
HIST 690Area Electives
IF 501Area Electives
LIT 534Area Electives553354
LIT 540Area Electives
LIT 545Area Electives
LIT 559Area Electives
LIT 692Area Electives544434455
PHIL 501Area Electives544555
PHIL 550Area Electives
PSY 505Area Electives
SOC 502Area Electives
SOC 508Area Electives
SOC 520Area Electives
SOC 521Area Electives
SOC 532Area Electives
VIS 508Area Electives
VIS 510Area Electives555555
VIS 512Area Electives555555
L1:Develop the ability to use critical, analytical, and reflective thinking and reasoning
L2:Reflect on social and ethical responsibilities in his/her professional life.
L3:Gain experience and confidence in the dissemination of project/research outputs
L4:Work responsibly and creatively as an individual or as a member or leader of a team and in multidisciplinary environments.
L5:Communicate effectively by oral, written, graphical and technological means and have competency in English.
L6:Independently reach and acquire information, and develop appreciation of the need for continuously learning and updating.
F1:Develop a thorough knowledge of theories, concepts, and research methods in the field and apply them in research design and data analysis.
F2:Assess the impact of the economic, social, and political environment from a global, national and regional level.
F3:Know how to access written and visual, primary and secondary sources of information, interpret concepts and data from a variety of sources in developing disciplinary and interdisciplinary analyses.
P1:Demonstrate an understanding of the different approaches, concepts, and theoretical legacies in the interdisciplinary field of Cultural Studies.
P2:Identify interconnections of knowledge within and across the disciplines of sociology, anthropology, literature, visual studies, philosophy, and psychology.
P3:Demonstrate an understanding of the multiple methodologies used in cultural analysis; in particular, ethnographic fieldwork, participant-observation, interviewing, oral history, focus group discussions, textual criticism, and visual analysis
P4:Cultivate a critical approach to the study of culture, articulating the relations between culture, power, and history; exploring cultural diversity and socio-cultural change at the local, national and global level; and exploring the corresponding demands for rights and social justice.
P5:Be able to conduct original research and develop sound analysis of phenomena in the realm of cultural production, consumption, and representation; develop and present advanced oral and written evaluations of one's research and arguments.