The Department of Social Sciences, Human Services and Criminal Justice aims to broaden and deepen understanding of the complex social, economic and political issues which face modern society. To achieve these aims, students are trained in the rational analysis of pertinent phases of human experiences.
On October 28, the department hosted a webinar featuring Nobel Prize winning economist Paul Krugman, discussing his book, “Arguing with Zombies”. If you weren’t able to attend, you can still view the discussion here:
- Criminal Justice
- Human Services
- Political Science
- Social Science
Liberal Arts Requirement
The Department of Social Sciences, Human Services and Criminal Justice requires Liberal Arts students to fulfill their requirement for twelve (12) credits in the Social Sciences with courses from at least four (4) different Social Science disciplines. This includes all courses taken in the Center for Ethnic Studies which fall within the Social Science area.
Note: Students must successfully complete ESL 062 or ENG 088 and RDG 062 before enrolling in Social Science courses. In addition, MAT 010 or MAT 011 are prerequisites for ECO 100; MAT 051 or MAT 012 for ECO 201; and MAT 056 for ECO 202.