SSCI 302 — World Regional Geography. 3 hours.
A survey of the human societies of the world by regions, including political, cultural, economic, religious, and environmental characteristics, concentrating on the interaction of human societies and their physical environments.
SSCI 315 — Federal Seminar. 1-3 hours.
Credit is given for participation in an extended seminar in Washington, D.C., involving lectures, group sessions, and visits to various governmental agencies. Attendance at, and participation in, campus-based class sessions and follow-up activities may also be required. This course may not be applied toward the general education history requirement, nor does it fulfill the teacher education requirements of American history or American government. If taken for 3 credit hours, this course may be applied as an elective for the Business Administration (Management Concentration) major or the Marketing (Management Concentration) major.
SSCI 320 — Urban/Rural America. 3 hours.
Same as SOCY 320.
SSCI 390 — Historiography. 4 hours.
Same as HIST 390.
SSCI 471 — Senior Seminar in Social Science. 2 hours.
A course to correlate the fields of social science and summarize current problems of society with a view of their possible solutions. The student will be required to apply social science research methods to a topic of interest. Prerequisite: SSCI 390.