Bachelor of the Arts with double major in Social Work and Sociology. Overarching theme of studies: human diversity.
Social Work teaches: leadership, interviewing techniques, interdisciplinary research, the significance of policy, respectful approaches to other people, analysis of a person in that person's environment, the strengths perspective, understanding of many examples of human diversity, values (both personal values and social work values,) and information on major social issues of the day.
Sociology teaches: research, statistics, teamwork, basic content analysis (movies,) public presentations, appreciation of cultural differences, product analysis (soap,) appreciation of historical development of social issues, and writing skills.
Psychology teaches: research, basic content analysis (printed advertisements,) and human development from a psychological and biological perspective.
Women's Studies teaches: integration of class material with other studies, construction of a basic poll, basic content analysis (printed images,) tolerance of ambiguity, and comparative religion.