Assessments

2015-2016 Assessment
2014-2015 Assessment
2013-2014 Assessment
2012-2013 Assessment
2011-2012 Assessment
2010-2011 Assessment
2009-2010 Assessment
2008-2009 Assessment
2007-2008 Assessment
2005-2006 Assessment

Program Reviews

History

History Program Review Committee Report 2014
Fall 2013 History Review
History Program Review Appendices

Political Science

Political Science Program Review Committee Report 2014
Political Science Fall 2013 Review

Psychology

Psychology Program Review Committee Report 2014
Fall 2014 Psychology 10 Year Review
Psychology Program Review Appendices

Student Career and Graduate Opportunities

Each fall semester, the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences holds an afternoon workshop for students interested in pursuing graduate studies or law school. Professors from each academic discipline provide students with important insights and information concerning the following:

  1. choosing a school
  2. the application process
  3. studying for the GRE or the LSAT tests
  4. assistantships, scholarships, and internships
  5. survival tips for graduate students.

The dean’s office in the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences also keeps up-to-date career literature for students in each academic discipline. In addition, students are encouraged to explore the following links and consult with faculty mentors about career opportunities in your major area of study.

The people who work, teach, mentor, and pursue avenues of scholarship and service in the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences are some of the most committed and professional individuals you will find on any campus. I hope you will take the time to get to know some of these dedicated men and women. They could prove to become life-long mentors for you.