The Division of Social & Behavioral Sciences offers a wide range of courses that will help you to gain an understanding of society, its make-up, and how you can have a positive effect. These include: Criminal Justice, Social Work, Sociology, Psychology, Political Science, History, K-6 Teaching, Physical Education, Philosophy, and Geography.
- Do you enjoy learning about the past?
- Are you interested in helping people in need?
- Are you interested in how people function and why?
- Do you enjoy critical-thinking and problem-solving?
The Division of Social & Behavioral Sciences not only provides the first two years of a four-year degree (the "transfer pathways") but also prepares students for a number of career programs! The areas of critical-thinking and problem-solving, as well as self-understanding, are key components of the Social/Behavioral Sciences and help build personal success in any career. A large part of the "people skills" needed for working with others come from understanding how society and history shape our attitudes and beliefs. Check out the list of possible career and education paths below and discover just how far you can go in the Division of Social & Behavioral Sciences!