B.S., Social Sciences
Effective Fall 2010, students will no longer be admitted to the B.S., Social Sciences program. Instead, they should apply to either B.S., Anthropology and Geography or B.A., Sociology.
The B.S., in Social Sciences consists of courses in anthropology, geography and sociology, and students have an opportunity to examine human experience from a variety of viewpoints.
Concentrations are available in criminal justice, cross-cultural studies and international development, environmental studies and sustainability, human ecology, organizations, social services, teaching, and/or an individualized course of study. For information on concentrations in B.S., Social Sciences, please refer to B.S., Anthropology and Geography and/or B.A., Sociology.