The Social Sciences perspective draws upon the empirical study of behavior, society and social relationships.
- Select three courses from the following.
- No more than two courses can be from any one discipline.
- Discipline is defined by the course prefix; courses with different prefixes are considered as different disciplines.
NOTE: Some courses may have specific pre-requisites and/or co-requisites or are open only to majors within that discipline.
CRIMINAL JUSTICE Courses with a prefix of CRIM
ECONOMICS Courses with a prefix of ECON
POLITICAL SCIENCES Courses with a prefix of POLI
PSYCHOLOGY Courses with a prefix of PSYC
SOCIOLOGY Courses with a prefix of SOCI
INTERDISCIPLINARY COURSES (only can fulfill one breadth of knowledge requirement)
DGMD.1000 Introduction to Digital Media
FAHS.2200 Designing the Future World
HSCI.3060 Introduction to Gerontology
HSCI.3080 Global Health
LGST.2100 Restorative Justice
LGST.2610 Introduction to Legal Concepts
LGST.2620 Introduction to Business Law
LGST.3600 Legal Issues in Racism
PUBH.1021 Introduction to Public Health
PUBH.2110 Sustainable Development
UTCH.2010 Knowing and Learning in Math and Science
WLKH.3490 Literature, Politics and Genocide in Cambodia