The Department of Social Sciences offers baccalaureate degrees in seven disciplines, including American Indian Studies, Geography, History, Political Science, Social Studies Education, and Sociology and a master's degree in American Studies.
These academic programs are provided by 19 full-time faculty members and several adjunct faculty members. Students may also choose a minor from among any of our bachelor of arts disciplines, as well as three additional stand-alone minors in Anthropology, Ethnic Studies, and Human Ecology.
During most semesters, there are about 300 students majoring in our programs (collectively). The department provides instruction to over 7,000 students per year.
Seminary Hall 313