Social & Science
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A social science faculty typically offers a wide range of courses covering various aspects of human society and behavior. These courses are designed to help students gain a deeper understanding of social phenomena, develop critical thinking skills, and explore various theories and methodologies used in the social sciences. An introductory course that provides an overview of the social sciences, their history, and key concepts. Introduces students to different social science disciplines such as sociology, psychology, anthropology, economics, political science, and geography.
Clear and effective writing using the conventions of a particular Social Science discipline.
Knowledge of philosophical or cultural issues associated with different Social Sciences.
Knowledge of how quantitative or qualitative data are used in the Social Sciences.
Knowledge of the methods associated with a Social Science discipline.
Critical thinking about the knowledge, theories, literature or methods of a Social Sciences discipline.
Communicate clearly and effectively in written and oral forms
Access, use, and critically evaluate a variety of relevant information sources
Apply principles of inquiry to define and analyze complex problems through reasoning and discovery
Demonstrate the ability to relate within a multicultural and digitally connected world
Demonstrate a deep understanding of a field of study
Courses Under This Faculty
Introduction to Social Sciences
Gender and Women's Studies
Social Sciences Research Methods
Ethnic and Cultural Studies