Minor in Social Sciences
Open only to majors in economics, geography, history, or political science who seek secondary certification in social studies.
|ECO ||231 ||Principles of Microeconomics ||3 hours |
|GSC ||110 ||World Geography ||3 hours |
|HIS ||221 ||American Experience to 1865 ||3 hours |
|HIS ||222 ||American Experience since 1865 ||3 hours |
|POL ||140 ||American National Government ||3 hours |
|SOC ||133 ||Introduction to Sociology ||3 hours |
Six hours of upper level courses (300 or above) from the social science disciplines with approval of advisor. Courses required for a major may not be counted toward the minor; substitutions must be from a social science discipline other than the major and be approved by the advisor; and requirements for certification for teaching secondary school social studies, grades 8 through 12 through the College of Education must also be met.