The mission of the Social and Behavioral Sciences Program is to promote individual, social, and political awareness; to encourage civic engagement; and to develop ethical and empathetic global citizens within a changing and complex world.
Program Learning Outcomes
- Demonstrate an understanding of theories and their practical application within the sciences of Psychology, Sociology, Economics, and Anthropology.
- Use technologies appropriately to conduct research in order to evaluate and manage information.
- Identify and apply methods, such as observation, hypothesis development, experimentation, evaluation of evidence or measurement, and data collection, used by social scientists to study human behavior.
General Education Requirements - 40 credit hours*
The general education requirement for this degree program may exceed the minimum standard number of hours. For more information, contact your advisor.