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Courses Approved for Social Science

General Education courses that satisfy the Social Science requirement are:

  • AMS 300  American Cultures
  • ANT 150  Cultural Anthropology
  • ANT 300  Evolution of People and Culture
  • ANT 306  Culture and Power
  • ANT 315  Language and Culture
  • ANT 336  Epidemics, Power, and the Human Condition
  • ANT 360  Cultures of South Asia
  • ANT 368  Immigration
  • ASI 322  Cities and Suburbs: The Influence of Place (Social Science)
    Note: Students taking ASI 322 may not receive credit for ASI 323 or ASI 324.
  • ASI 325  Cities and Institutions
  • ASI 345  Special Topics in Social Science
    Note: Specific topics approved for designated cluster. Consult semester class schedule.
  • ASI 358  Christianity, Citizenship, and Society
  • CMS 316  Intercultural Communication
  • CMS 414  Global Communication
  • CMS 415  Women and Communication
  • ECO 203  Principles of Microeconomics
  • ECO 204  Principles of Macroeconomics
  • ECO 300  Principles of Economics
    Note: Students taking ECO 300 may not receive credit for ECO 203 or ECO 204.
  • ECO 310  Economics of the Environment
  • ECO 460  Economic Development and Growth
  • ECO 461  International Economics
  • EDT 222  Development in MC and AYA
  • EDT 303  School, Self, and Society
  • EDT 322  Perspectives on Education and Social Justice
  • EDT 323  Historical Thinking and Historical Literacy
  • EDT 340  Educating Diverse Student Populations in Educational Settings
  • HSS 325  Women in Sport
  • POL 101  Global Politics
  • POL 306  Public Policy Analysis
  • POL 307  The Politics of Bureaucracy and Regulation
  • POL 321  Comparative Politics: Russia and the New States
  • POL 331  Nationalism and Ethnopolitics
  • POL 371  Environmental Policy
  • POL 450  Civil Liberties
  • PSY 101  Introductory Psychology
  • PSY 334  Industrial Psychology
  • PSY 341  Social Psychology
  • PSY 375  Psychology of the Arts
  • PSY 443  Psychology of Women
  • PSY 444  Environmental Psychology
  • PSY 445  Technology, Environment, and Behavior
  • SOC 204  Modern Social Problems
  • SOC 321  The Sociology of Work and Occupations
  • SOC 322  Sex Roles and Society
  • SOC 323  Juvenile Justice
  • SOC 326  Law and Society
  • SOC 327  Criminology
  • SOC 328  Racial and Ethnic Minorities
  • SOC 330  Perspectives on Aging
  • SOC 331  Marriage and the Family
  • SOC 332  Sociology of Women
  • SOC 333  Sociology of Sexualities
  • SOC 336  Organizations in Modern Society
  • SOC 339  Social Inequality
  • SOC 341  Self and Society
  • SOC 343  Mass Communication in Modern Society
  • SOC 351  Urban Sociology
  • SOC 352  Community
  • SOC 353 Internet Community
  • SOC 398  Social Science Scholars’ Seminar
    Note: Berry Scholars only for students entering prior to Fall 2010.
  • SOC 410  Victimology
  • SOC 432  Privilege
  • SOC 435  Globalization
  • SSC 200  Integrated Social Science
  • SWK 307  Mental Health
  • SWK 330  Aging
  • SWK 331  Death, Dying, and Suicide
  • SWK 335  Environmental Justice
  • SWK 360  International Social Work