The undergraduate Social Sciences programs enable you to attain the knowledge and critical thinking skills required for leadership in education, politics, global studies and human services.
Gain multicultural perspectives through the study of human behavior. Immerse yourself in the dynamics of relationships and modern societies though the Social Sciences bachelor's degree programs.
You will also be able to advance your multidisciplinary education and increase your professional prospect by pursuing complementary courses of study in Education, the Humanities or Psychology and Applied Therapies.
Child StudiesGlobal StudiesHuman
ScienceSociology and Social Change
Global StudiesHuman ServicesPolitical
Beyond coursework in the Major and Minor programs, the undergraduate Social Sciences curriculum also houses individual courses in Anthropology,
Economics, Geography, Public Policy, Social Science Research, and Yoga.
Assistant Professor of Political Science
Nancy V. Heims
Assistant Professor of Global Studies
Sociology and Social Change
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