Social Science (6 credits)
All College of Arts and Sciences must complete six credits of coursework in the social sciences.
|Select 6 credits from the following:|
|AAM 2500||Intergroup Dialogue||3|
|ANTH xxxx||Any Anthropology course †||3-6|
|ASTD 3200||The Urban Crisis||3|
|CCJ xxxx||Any Criminology and Criminal Justice course||3-6|
|CMM 1000||Human Communication and Culture||3|
|CMM 2000||Communication Theory||3|
|CMM 2300||Intergroup Dialogue||3|
|CMM 2800||Communication Research||3|
|ECON xxxx||Any Economics course||3-6|
|EDSP 4310||Ed & Psych of the Exp Ind||3|
|FRSC xxxx||Any Forensic Science course †||3-6|
|POLS xxxx||Any Political Science course||3-6|
|PSY xxxx||Any Psychology course||3-6|
|SOC xxxx||Any Sociology course||3-6|
|SWRK 1000||Introduction to Social Work||3|
|SWRK 2100||Human Behavior & the Social Environment||3|
|SWRK 3100||The American Social Welfare System||3|
|SWRK 3200||Diversity & Anti-Oppression Practice||3|
ANTH 2210 Biological Anthropology, FRSC 2600 Survey of Forensic Science, FRSC 3620 Chemical Forensics, and FRSC 3630 Forensic Biology cannot satisfy both a social science and a natural science requirement of the core curriculum
Courses that meet both requirements of the core curriculum and a department's or program's requirement for the major or minor may be regarded as fulfilling both requirements simultaneously, provided departmental and program policies are preserved. Communication majors may count one communication course in the social science core toward their social science requirement.
Neither cross-listed courses nor courses meeting both a core curriculum and a department's or program's requirement for the major or minor are counted twice for degree credit.