The Social Science major is designed to develop knowledge and skills in history, politics, economics, sociology, psychology, anthropology, international studies, and geography; provide interdisciplinary study in the social sciences; and study current affairs and handling of controversial issues. The major is excellent preparation for law school, government service, graduate school, and secondary school teaching in social studies. Four social science emphases are available: Global Studies, History, Politics, and Psychology.
The Bachelor of Arts in Social Science requires completion of the following 120 credits:
General Education Core (48 credit hours)
Social Science Major Core (33 credit hours)
Electives (39 credit hours)