Social Science (B.A.)
The Social Science major consists of 45 semester hours in the social sciences. At least 21 of these must be in one field, called the field of concentration. Students must take at least nine semester hours in each of the two supporting fields. Supporting fields may be chosen from the following disciplines: criminal justice, economics, geography, history, political science, psychology, social work or sociology. Supporting fields and the field of concentration must each be selected from different academic disciplines; however, electives may be chosen from any social science discipline, including those designated as supporting fields or the field of concentration.