The social sciences study humans' behaviors and interactions, both with other humans and their physical environments. The social sciences include psychology, sociology, international relations, geography, history, political science, anthropology and economics. Each discipline emphasizes a different aspect of human behavior.
The associate of arts degree with a concentration in social sciences is designed for students seeking to enter the job market immediately after two years of college. It can also be useful for students seeking to transfer to baccalaureate programs at other institutions of higher learning.
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This degree is coordinated by Dr. Jim Miller, Associate Professor of Sociology. For additional information please contact Dr. Miller at (740) 351-3446 or firstname.lastname@example.org.