Social Sciences Program
Part of this degree involves data analysis in POL 350 Social Science
Research Methods (shown here) or training in historical methods in
HIS 311 Introduction to Historical Thinking and Research.
The Social Sciences major at MUW is a true interdisciplinary experience, designed to prepare graduates for a complex, globalized world. With a strong foundation of political science and history courses, the curriculum allows students to select classes from among other social science disciplines, including sociology, geography, philosophy, and economics. Courses in science/mathematics (for the B.S. degree) or foreign language (for the B.A. degree) round out the curriculum. Note that additional courses in education and psychology are required for those seeking secondary teacher certification.
The program allows students to pursue the following options:
For more information about this major, please contact Dr. Brian Anderson. If you are interested in teacher certification with the major, please contact Dr. Patricia Dennis.