Designed for the student who desires a broader background than is provided by an individual disciplinary major, the Bachelor of Arts in Social Science program unites the diverse areas of social, political, cultural, economic, organizational and technological processes. This integrated approach helps students develop critical reasoning and analytic skills, comparative perspectives and a wide knowledge base about the world. The degree can be customized by selecting three areas of concentration from the disciplines of criminal justice, history, organizational leadership, political science, psychology and sociology.
Applicants intending on enrolling in this program must complete the formal application process with all required documents, which include:
Graduation Requirements–Bachelor Degrees
All courses taken in the major program must be passed with a grade equivalent of “C” or higher. All required courses must be taken for a letter grade where the option exists.
Major Core Requirements
|SOCU 101||Introduction to Sociology||3|
|PSYU 101||Introduction to Psychology||3|
|SOCU 301||Social Research Design||3|
|SOCU 436||Globalization and Social Change||3|
|SOCU 450||Social and Political Theory||3|
|SSCU 494||Social Science Capstone Course||3|
Concentration Area Requirements (33 credits, 24 credits must be upper division)
|Choose three areas from the disciplines of criminal justice, history, organizational leadership, political science, psychology, and sociology (including SOWK 391 and SOWK 393) as a first, second and third concentration area and complete courses minimally distributed as follows. The first concentration choice represents the primary emphasis area of the program. One course from each concentration area may be lower division.|
|First concentration (emphasis) area||12|
|Second concentration area||12|
|Third concentration area||9|