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 you develop critical reasoning and analytic skills, comparative perspectives and world views. You can customize your degree by selecting three areas of concentration from various disciplines including criminal justice, history, organizational leadership, political science, psychology, and sociology.
*The above lists are possible fields and occupations representative, but not exclusive or limited to, employment options for a Social Sciences major. Some positions listed require additional training, education (master’s degree), and/or experience prior to job eligibility.
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