WELCOME TO BEHAVIORAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
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*** All BSS Fall 2020 classes will be conducted online***
Note: Students enrolled in hybrid BSS Fall classes must be available for online meetings at the times listed in the schedule.
Behavioral and Social Sciences Division Office
The Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences offers instruction in American studies, anthropology, art history, childhood education, economics, education, ethnic studies, history, human development, philosophy, political science, psychology, social justice and social science, sociology, and women's studies. These courses are designed to provide students with the opportunity to examine and gain an understanding in these areas: 1. Political, social, and economic aspects of past and present cultures in preparation for the future; 2. Human values, ethical outlooks, moral standards, and their importance in the development of personal worth, obligations and responsibilities; and 3. Psychological and social forces which shape human behavior and the impact of such forces on all facets of culture.
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Dr. Christina Gold, Dean
Professor of History
Senior Clerical Assistant