Courses in the Social and Behavioral Sciences are designed to expose students to the scientific study of humankind. The purpose of this requirement is to assist students in creative and critical examination of humans and human institutions.
The learning outcomes for Social and Behavioral Sciences are as follows:
Students will describe the influence of geographic, political, economic, cultural and/or family institutions on the individual and society.
Students will explain the connection between social/behavioral science research and everyday life.
Students will analyze key ethical issues as examined by the social/behavioral sciences.
All students must successfully complete two of the following courses: