Be informed and get engaged.
Social science classes are the gateway to careers in public service in law, politics, government, business, social work, and counseling as well as to jobs at local nonprofit organizations and international non-governmental organizations. Study political science, anthropology, philosophy, economics, geography, history, psychology, and sociology.
Today's students are actively looking for ways to get involved, volunteer, and make a difference in their community and the world.
"I find that my students today are deeply interested in the good society," said political science instructor Robin Datta. "They are concerned with and interested in what's going on in the world and appreciate classes that are relevant to their experience."
Health in Society, SOC 150
Careers in Psychology, PSYCH 110
Digital Democracy, POLSC 255
Introduction to Logic, PHIL 106
Technology and American Culture, HIST 215
Introduction to Sustainable Development, GEOG 150
Micro and Macro Economic Principles, ECON 201 and 202
Human Ecology, ANTHR 201, 202, and 203