B.S. in Social Sciences
Residential Program in Social Sciences (B.S.)
Bachelor of Science in 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.
This degree is offered through the Department of History.
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Academic Information for the Social Sciences Major
120 credit hours
Programs of Study
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Social Sciences Courses You Could Take
- GOVT 200: Constitutional Government and Free Enterprise
- HIUS 360: American Economic History
- HIST 370: Comparative Civilizations
- ECON 213: Principles of Microeconomics
Start Your Career in Social Science
Career Opportunities for Social Sciences Majors
- Market Researcher
- Museum Curatorship
- Information Consultant
- Social Scientist