Social Science (6 hours)

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Social Science

Social and Behavioral Sciences courses include disciplines whose aim is to understand the actions of human beings as individuals and in groups.  While large areas of common interest exist among the separate disciplines, each has its own perspective.

Course ID
& Credit Hours
Course Title Type Syllabus Availability Description
ABE 204 - 3 Introductory Economics of Food, Fiber, and Natural Resources Social Science
Advanced UCC Course
None Fall, Spring, Summer Course Description
ABE 300I Social Perspectives on Environmental Issues Social Science
Advanced UCC Course
None Fall, Spring, Summer Course Description
AGRI 300I - 3 Social Perspectives on Environmental Issues Social Science None Fall Course Description
ANTH 104 - 3 The Human Experience: Anthropology Social Science None Fall, Spring, Summer Course Description
ANTH 205 - 3 Latin American Civilizations Social Science None Fall, Spring, Summer Course Description
CI 227 - 3 Intimate Relationships and Family Development Social Science None Fall, Spring, Summer Course Description
CLAS 201B - 3 Intermediate Greek Social Science None Fall, Spring, Summer Course Description
ECON 101 - 3 Economics of Contemporary Social Issues Social Science None Unknown Course Description
ECON 113 - 3 Economics of Contemporary Social Issues Social Science None Unknown Course Description
ECON 114 - 3 Introduction to Economics: Class Simulations Social Science None Unknown Course Description
ECON 240 - 3 Introduction to Microeconomics Social Science
Advanced UCC Course
None Fall, Spring, Summer Course Description
ECON 241 - 3 Introduction to Macroeconomics Social Science
Advanced UCC Course
None Fall, Spring, Summer Course Description
ECON 302I - 3 History and Philosophy of the World's Economic Systems Social Science None Fall, Spring, Summer Course Description
EDUC 214 - 3 Human Development & Learning Social Science None Fall, Spring, Summer Course Description
FIN 200 - 3 Personal Finance Social Science None Fall, Spring, Summer Course Description
FOR 125 - 2 Forestry and Natural Resource Conservation Social Science None Fall, Spring, Summer Course Description
GEOG 100 - 3 Environmental Conservation Social Science None Fall, Spring, Summer Course Description
GEOG 103 - 3 World Geography Social Science None Fall, Spring, Summer Course Description
GEOG 300I - 3 Geography, People and the Environment Social Science None Fall, Spring Course Description
HIST 110 - 3 Twentieth Century America Social Science None Fall, Spring Course Description
HIST 112 - 3 The Twentieth Century World Social Science None Fall Course Description
HIST 205A - 3 History of Western Civilization-From Ancient Times Through the Sixteenth Century Social Science None Fall Course Description
HIST 205B - 3 History of Western Civilization-The Seventeenth Century to the Present Social Science None Fall Course Description
HIST 301 - 3 Modern America from 1877 to the Present Social Science
Advanced UCC Course
None Fall, Spring Course Description
JRNL 306I - 3 International Media Systems Social Science None Fall, Spring, Summer Course Description
JRNL 314I - 3 American Politics and Mass Media Social Science None Fall Course Description
LAC 300I - 3 Social Perspective on Environmental Issues Social Science None Fall Course Description
MCMA 200 - 3 Media & Information Literacy Social Science None Spring Course Description
POLS 114 - 3 Introduction to American Government and Politics Social Science None Fall, Spring, Summer Course Description
POLS 207 - 3 Contemporary Political Ideologies Social Science None Fall, Spring, Summer Course Description
POLS 213 - 3 State and Local Government Social Science None Fall, Spring, Summer Course Description
POLS 250 - 3 Introduction to Comparative Politics Social Science None Fall, Spring, Summer Course Description
POLS 314I - 3 American Politics and the Mass Media Social Science None Fall, Summer Course Description
POLS 332I - 3 Introduction to Civil Liberties and Civil Rights Social Science None Fall, Summer Course Description
POLS 372I - 3 International Political Economy Social Science None Fall Course Description
PSYC 102 - 3 Introduction to Psychology Social Science Syllabus Fall, Spring, Summer Course Description
SOC 108 - 3 Introduction to Sociology Social Science None Fall, Spring, Summer Course Description
SOC 306I - 3 Popular Culture in Society Social Science None Spring Course Description
WGSS 286 - 3 Intimate Relationships and Family Development Social Science None Spring Course Description
ZOOL 312I - 3 Conservation of Natural Resources Social Science None Spring Course Description