Social and Behavioral Sciences
The Division of Social and Behavioral Sciences (SBS) offers programs that explore a wide range of human issues, from exploring the distant past to examining the reasons behind current human behavior. Students will work closely with faculty members on research, special projects, and service learning, taking what is learned in the classroom and applying it to the real world.
Students are provided with opportunities and experiences that will prepare them for careers in anthropology, criminal justice, history, leadership, social services, law and public policy, and education.
Accelerated Certification Program:
A minor consists of a minimum of 18 credits in a particular discipline and requires one 100-level course and two 300- and/or 400-level courses. The remainder may be chosen from current discipline course offerings at any level and are determined by the student and academic advisor.
- Criminal Justice
- Criminal Justice Administration
- Homeland Security
- Political Science