The department offers degrees in Administration of Justice, Government (with concentrations available in Foreign Affairs and Political Science), Psychology, and Sociology. For information about the Degree Majors, visit the Degree Programs page.
Minors are available in Administration of Justice, Government, Psychology, and Sociology. A minor consists of a minimum of 18 semester hours, 12 of which must be at the 3000-level or above. In designing a course of study for a minor, students are required to consult faculty members in the chosen disciplines.
Along with its degree-granting programs, the Department also offers Certification to teach in the Secondary schools (grades 8-12) with areas of concentration consisting of Political Science, along with Sociology and Cultural Anthropology.
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A beautiful, supportive mountain community
Students graduate with a lighter burden
of the graduating class is employed or seeking a graduate or professional degree