Program Advisors: Dr. Chad Litton
Faculty within the Human and Social Sciences Department are committed to providiing a well-rounded course of study in the social science disciplines of American Indian studies, Anthropology, Economics, Geography, History, Political Science and Sociology. Our curriculum is designed to mold students into lifelong learners and leaders who serve others in their professional, family, and civic environments.
Faculty within the Social and Behavioral Sciences provide a well-rounded social science program rooted in the Benedictine tradition of our sponsors, the Sisters of Annunciation Monastery. The curriculum is designed to expose students to critical thinking skills, historical analysis, cultural diversity, and respect for others.
Major in Social Studies Education:
HIS 101 or 102; 271 or 272; 300-400 US history elective; 300-400 world history elective; 300-400 diversity history elective; HIS 490; PSY 201, 205 for Middle School Endorsement, 332 is required); 12 credit hours in two of the following areas: political science, geography, or economics; lab science requirement for education; math requirement for education; EDU 200 or 202, 295, 301, 310, 320, 365, 367, 373, 401, 411, 421, 423; 428; ALU 499.