Students will demonstrate an understanding of ways in which culture, difference, and otherness are socially constructed.
Students will demonstrate critical thinking to apply to apply theoretical perspectives and concepts to new situations and contexts, including historical and cross-cultural.
Students will demonstrate the importance of being a responsible citizen of the global society with a sensitivity to political, economic, and cultural experience.
Students will evaluate the local and global impacts of differing cultural-historical trends by identity such as gender, ethnicity, race, sexual orientation, religion, class, age, and intersectionality.
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