Bachelor of Science in Social Sciences (B.S.)


Residential Program

Social Sciences majors receive a solid base in history studies with additional coursework in geography, government, and economics. Students are equipped with a global perspective, enabling them to understand world societies and cultures.


Academic Information

Courses

Sampling of program courses:

  • Constitutional Government and Free Enterprise: GOVT 200
  • American Economic History: HIUS 360
  • Comparative Civilizations: HIST 370
  • Principles of Microeconomics: ECON 213

Program of Study

View degree completion plans (DCP)


Career Opportunities

  • Archaeologist
  • Market Researcher
  • Museum Curatorship
  • Information Consultant
  • Lawyer
  • Social Scientist