Bachelor of Science in Social Sciences
- Social Science Concentration Curriculum
- Sociology Concentration Curriculum
- Geography Concentration Curriculum
- Global Studies Concentration Curriculum
- Applied Developmental Studies Concentration Curriculum
Social Science majors study a variety of topics such as:
- Social institutions – their structures and how they affect human behavior and how they are affected by human behavior. Examples of social institutions include the family, economy, government, education, and religion.
- A wide range of social issues such as: poverty, access to education / healthcare / housing, and sustainable development. Social issues are also examined across race, class, and gender.
- Theoretical perspectives that help interpret, explain, and understand:
- a wide range of social issues
- political matters
- environmental concerns
- community development processes
- Global perspectives on political, economic, environmental, and sociological issues.
- Spatial/Social relationships – how do space, place, and social interactions converge and what happens when they do.