The School of Social Sciences and Behavioral Studies
provides undergraduate study to students in five areas:
Education, Health and Physical Education/Health Science, History/Political
Science, Psychology, Sociology/Anthropology.
Under the rubric of the School of Social Sciences and Behavioral Studies
falls the non-traditional graduate Masters of Human Services Program. This School is divided into two categories as
the names imply. The departments in the
Social Science component are History, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology
and Anthropology. The departments in the
Behavioral Studies category include
Education, Health and Physical Education and Health Science.
Each individual Department educates and trains students to
become leaders in Education (Early Childhood Education,
Secondary Education – Biology, Spanish, French, Mathematics, English, Health
and Physical Education (K-12), Music (K-12) and Social Studies/History), Health
and Physical Education and Health Science, History (History, History Education/Social
Studies Teacher Certification), Political Science, Psychology (Clinical
Counseling, Bio-Psychosocial Health, Organizational Psychology) and Sociology (Sociology,
Human Services, Criminal Justice) and Anthropology. The curriculum for the aforementioned units
in the School of Social Sciences and Behavioral Studies is grounded in the
liberal arts tradition balanced by field experiences which stress active
research and problem solving skills that enhance the students’ knowledge base
in the real world of Social Sciences and Behavioral Studies.