Mike Finkenbinder, Division Dean
The Division of Social Sciences is pleased to honor the recipients of this year's Social Sciences Awards and Scholarships. Recipients and their families will be celebrated at the 2012 Social Sciences' Awards Ceremony, Thursday May 31st at 5:30 PM in the Creveling Lounge.
Social science courses are especially popular with students preparing for
careers in education, political science, social work, and law.
The history division courses include prehistoric, Middle Ages, contemporary
European, world, and U.S. retrospectives, along with the study of the
development of areas such as Africa, Asia, Mexico, Latin America, and
the Middle East.
Courses in psychology range from the introductory to adult and child
development, behavioral studies, and human sexuality.
Eight philosophy courses are offered, including an introduction to critical
Religious studies provide a basic understanding of the origins, development,
and functions of religions as well as explanations of religious beliefs,
rituals, symbols, and values.
Sociology courses include contemporary social problems, modern family
living, ethnic and urban studies, and crime and delinquency.
The Social Sciences Department also offers a vocational program which
can lead to certification for employment in Early Childhood Education.
The department administers the Child Development Center, which is a model
demonstration school for early childhood education practices.
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