Field 5: Social Sciences
Designated courses that enable students to explain, interpret, and critically analyze human behavior and social structures from the perspective of the social science through which the courses are offered.
Goal: Students will demonstrate knowledge of human behavior from the perspective of a social science discipline.
- (1A) Demonstrate knowledge of the basic concepts and theories of a social science discipline.
- (1B) Demonstrate knowledge of research methodologies used in a social science discipline.
Goal: Students will utilize a social science discipline to critically evaluate social, cultural, and/or political claims.
- (2A) Apply social science concepts and theories to concrete problems of human society.
- (2B) Apply qualitative or quantitative analysis to situations in the world.
|ANT 122||Sociocultural Anthropology|
|ANT 230||Introduction to Archeology|
|ANT 250||Contemporary Linguistics|
|ANT 251||Anthropology & Evolution|
|ANT 310||Code Breaking|
|ATH 361||Psychology of Sports and Mental Health|
|CLS 209||Greek and Roman Archeology|
|CLS 300||Roman Law and Society|
|COM 204||Interpersonal Communication|
|COM 205||Mass Communication and Society|
|COM 304||Family Communication|
|ECO 101||Principles of Macroeconomics|
|ECO 102||Principles of Microeconomics|
|EDE 100||Human Growth and Development, Birth-Childhood|
|EDS 101||Human Growth and Development, Mid-Adolescence|
|HED 461||Psychology of Sports and Mental Health|
|ISB 302||System Dynamics|
|PSC 103||Constitutional Foundations of American Government|
|PSC 104||American Political Process|
|PSC 140||International Relations|
|PSC 150||Comparative Government|
|PSC 224||Congress and the Legislative Process|
|PSC 320||American Constitutional Law I|
|PSC 321||American Constitutional Law II|
|PSC 345||Transnational Crime After 9/11|
|SOC 110||Introduction to Sociology|
|SOC 111||Contemporary Social Problems|
|SOC 234||Environment and Society|
|SOC 273||Social Movements and Social Change|
|SOC 291||Gender and Society|
|SPMT 320||Psychology of Sport|
|WST 201||Introduction to Women’s Studies|
*Course offerings subject to change. Courses shown above may not be offered regularly.