Immerse yourself in understanding global topics of critical importance, such as the economy, politics, society, gender and sexuality, ethnicity, urban studies, health, and culture.
All students are able to: assess and appropriately use qualitative and quantitative research methods in the study of social and cultural phenomena; identify contemporary social problems and determine how the approaches of sociology, anthropology, or urban studies could be applied to address them; analyze regional and cultural diversity in the organization of human societies; and analyze the roots of and mechanisms for the perpetuation of social inequalities.
Program facilities equipment
The Field Linguistics and Language Documentation Lab at RIT is a linguistics lab for studies of descriptive linguistics, field linguistics, and the documentation and revitalization of endangered languages. We engage in linguistics and interdisciplinary research projects making use of digital media and technology.
Program job titles reported
Archaeologist; Foreign Service Officer; Social Worker; Urban Community Developer
Select program hiring partners
Arkansas School for the Deaf, Bell, Causewave Community Partners, Genesee Country Village & Museum, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester Museum & Science Center
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