The School of Social Sciences, Communication, and Humanities provide opportunities to develop skills in independent and critical thinking, effective communication, and problem solving. Choose from a variety of programs including marketing communication advertising, digital media, political science, criminal justice, liberal studies, and many others! Find more information on all programs below.
Provides a breadth of coursework that engages students in exploring multiple areas of this dynamic field.
A comprehensive program covering the American justice system and domestic and global security.
An exciting synergy between filmmaking and journalism including applied production skills. Students chose concentrations in journalism or filmmaking.
A foundation in literary history, terms, and genres, plus innovative literature, creative writing, and professional writing electives.
Hone your writing skills, examine literary texts, and develop your own voice through a creative writing concentration.
Further your study of English through a concentration in literature and language.
Specialize your English skills by obtaining your teaching certification in secondary education.
Examine events from regional to world history to uncover the root causes of political and social change, and to understand contemporary issues.
A public history concentration will help you develop a solid foundation to interpret the past.
Specialize your study of History by obtaining your teaching certification in secondary education.
A unique opportunity for qualified students to obtain an Associate of Science in Integrated Studies.
The most flexible of academic programs allows for the greatest breadth of academic courses from across majors and disciplines.
An opportunity to pursue your interests in liberal studies that are not available as a specific major.
Coursework covers all aspects of this complex industry including advertising, public relations, social media, and integrated marketing.
Develops skills for understanding and navigating complex intercultural factors to help individuals, communities, and nations work together.
Wide-ranging topics explore various aspects of human behavior, with clinical, counseling, and research opportunities.
A minor is a group of courses, for students to take who wish to progress their experience in a subject in addition to their major. Minors are optional, but can help students stand out in the next step of their professional journey.