Social & Behavioral Sciences
Overview & Programs
The School of Social and Behavioral Sciences offers a variety of contemporary course offerings designed to increase and strengthen students’ interest, knowledge, and appreciation of the social and behavioral sciences. The School’s curriculum includes courses in Anthropology, Child Development Family Studies, Elementary Education, Ethnic Studies, History, Human Services & Social Work, Political Science, Psychology, Social Justice Studies, and Sociology.
The faculty and staff are dedicated to providing students with quality programs and services designed to provide them with a stimulating, productive, and enjoyable educational experience.
Social & Behavioral Science
Child Development and Family Studies
This program emphasizes the development of various societies through a chronological study of the major social, political, economic, and cultural forces which have shaped these societies. Students in this program may study a variety of historical fields including United States, World, Western Civilization, Native-American, Philippine, African-American, Mexican and Mexican-American, California and Women’s History.