Social Sciences

Interested in how people interact as individuals, in groups, and in society? Do you want to learn more about cultural norms and social change? Are you intrigued by politics and political parties? The social sciences provide students with the opportunity to explore these and other areas. Graduates find employment in government, business/industry, non-profits, social service agencies and international organizations.

Political science student reads over study materials prior to class in Caldwell Hall. PHOTO BY ROGER WINSTEAD

MAJORS

Anthropology Political Science
Criminology Psychology
Interdisciplinary Studies: Self Design Science, Technology & Society
Interdisciplinary Studies: ¬†Women’s & Gender Studies Social Work
International Studies Sociology
Leadership in the Public Sector Technology, Engineering & Design Education

(See: Humanities)

MINORS

Anthropology Military Studies: Naval Science
Applied Sociology Native American Studies
Cognitive Science Nonprofit Studies
Criminology Political Science
Forensic Science Psychology
Health, Medicine & Human Values Science, Technology & Society
Law & Justice Social Work
Middle East Studies Sociology
Military Studies: Aerospace Studies Women’s & Gender Studies
Military Studies: Military Science

 

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