Anthropology

BA Anthropology Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs)

Students taking this major (or minor) will be able to fulfill the following learning outcomes by the end of their course of study. All of these learning outcomes articulate with UNCW learning goals, and are crucial to understanding the study of human origins, behavior and diversity.

  • SLO1: Students will demonstrate understanding of the origins of cultural and biological diversity.
    UNCW Learning Goals 2009: Diversity, Foundational Knowledge
  • SLO2: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the history of anthropology and contemporary issues in the discipline
    UNCW Learning Goals 2009: Foundational Knowledge
  • SLO3a: Students will demonstrate knowledge of approaches to understanding the sociocultural aspects of the human experience
    UNCW Learning Goals 2009: Critical Thinking, Foundational Knowledge, Information Lieracy, Inquiry
  • SLO3b: Students will demonstrate knowledge of methods, objectives, and issues in archaeology
    UNCW Learning Goals 2009: Critical Thinking, Foundational Knowledge, Information Literacy, Inquiry
  • SL03c: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the biological diversity of the human species
    UNCW Learning Goals 2009: Critical Thinking, Foundational Knowledge, Information Literacy, Inquiry
  • SLO4: Students will able to demonstrate effective and clear communication, both written and oral
    UNCW Learning Goals 2009: Critical Thinking, Information Literacy, Thoughtful Expression