Social Sciences - complete 6 credits
- Explain how social scientists practice critical thinking.
- Demonstrate the ability to address problems using tools and methods exemplary of the social sciences.
- Demonstrate an understanding of appropriate content in two different social sciences.
Social Sciences 1 6 Varieties of World Culture Family, Kin, and Community Myth, Ritual, Symbol and Religion Business and Its Environment Law and the Individual Foundations for Social Research Introduction to Democracy and Justice Studies Freedom and Social Control Introduction to Women's & Gender Studies Macro Economic Analysis Micro Economic Analysis History of Economic Thought Cultural Images in Materials for Children and Adolescents World Regions and Concepts: A Geographic Analysis Human Geography and Concepts Introduction to Human Development Global Politics and Society American Government and Politics Introduction to Public Policy Environmental Politics and Policy Politics of Developing Areas Global Environmental Politics and Policy Senior Seminar/Capstone in Political Science Introduction to Psychology Environment and Society Introduction to Public Administration You and Your Future: Living and Working in an Aging Society Foundations of Social Welfare Policy Family Principles and Patterns Introduction to Sociology Ethnic and Racial Identities Introduction to Urban Studies City Life and Globalization Urban Social Problems Cities in Cinema Latino Communities in the United States 1
Complete two courses (6 credits) in at least two different course prefixes