- Will use critical-thinking skills and know-how to apply these skills to both conducting and evaluating research within the field.
- Will acquire an understanding of the major theories and concepts in the field of psychology and how they apply to human behavior.
- Will acquire an understanding of the ethical practice of scientific inquiry within the field of psychology and know how to conduct, analyze and evaluate such research.
- Will gain effective communication skills within the discourse of the discipline.
- Will demonstrate preparation for the work place or advanced study.
- Use critical-thinking skills and understand the need to apply these skills broadly to all aspects of life.
- Demonstrate an understanding of human relationships, social process and institutions.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the nature of, causes of and extent of social phenomena.
- Know the major theories and research findings in the field of sociology and how they apply to social behavior.
- Demonstrate the ability to research, analyze and write about issues sociologically.
- Learn to write and orally present research findings.
- Develop an understanding of the criminal justice system and its components.
- The capacity to critically evaluate ethical arguments regarding criminal justice policy decisions.
- Develop an understanding how human diversity impacts the criminal justice system and criminal justice policy decisions.
- Knowledge of criminological theory and its impact on the criminal justice system and criminal justice policy decisions.
- Develop the ability to research, analyze and write about criminal justice issues.
- Develop the ability to effectively communicate with others and express ideas orally.
- To enhance students’ experiences and allow them to make informed career decisions.
Psychology, Sociology, and Criminal Justice
525 South Main Street
Ada, Ohio 45810
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