The School of Social and Behavioral Sciences offers students the opportunity to Major in the following areas:
- Criminal Justice (Bachelor of Science Degree (B.S.))
- History (Bachelor of Arts Degree (B.A.))
- Political Science (Bachelor of Arts Degree (B.A.))
- Psychology (Bachelor of Science Degree (B.S.))
- Social Work (Bachelor of Social Work Degree (B.S.W.))
A Minor is offered in each the following disciplines:
Criminal Justice - History – Human Services - Political Science – Psychology - Social Work - Sociology
Courses are also offered in Anthropology and Geography.
Major and Minor Requirements
All baccalaureate degrees require at least 120 hours of college credit, courses at the 1000-level or above (non-remedial). These courses must include the General Education requirements. Identity requirements and at least 40 hours of Upper Level (3000- 4000) courses. Following is a listing, by program, of the requirements for a Major and/or Minor in that area:
Human Services Minor
Pre-Law Program - Pre-law is not a major. Students interested in a attending Law School should plan a program of study in consultation with the Pre-Law advisor.
Social Work Minor