Programs > Social Sciences Associate of Arts Degree

Social Science major leads to the Associate in Arts degree and prepares the student for transfer to a four-year institution. Students completing the baccalaureate program or graduate work may be hired in the major or allied fields as a political scientist, sociologist, psychologist, urban planner, anthropologist, archivist, historian, genealogist, emographer or archaeologist.

Term Effective Fall 2006
History: 3 units from the following:
HST 200 History of Western Civilization 3.0
HST 201 History of Western Civilization 3.0
Culture: 3 units from the following:
ANT 201 Cultural Anthropology 3.0
GEO 201 Cultural Geography 3.0
SOC 200 Sociology 3.0
Human Development: 3 units from the following:
CDV 200 Psychology of Development: Infancy through Adolescence 3.0
CDV 201 Psychology of Development: Middle Childhood through Adulthood 3.0
PSY 205 Introductory Psychology 3.0
PSY 215 Psychology of Personal Growth 3.0
Economics: 3 units selected from the following:
ECO 200 Economics (Macro) 3.0
ECO 201 Economics (Micro) 3.0
Plus 6 additional units selected from the following:
ANT 201 Cultural Anthropology 3.0
CDV 180 Child, Family & Community 3.0
GEO 206 Physical Geography 4.0
HST 188 Special Topics in History 3.0
HST 210 United States History I 3.0
HST 211 United States History II 3.0
HST 212 United States History III 3.0
HST 220 Mexican History 3.0
HST 221 California History 3.0
POL 201 Comparative Government 3.0
PSY 205 Introductory Psychology 3.0
PSY 206 Human Sexuality 3.0
PSY 216 Social Psychology 3.0
PSY 220 Psychology of Gender 3.0
SOC 200 Sociology 3.0
SOC 201 Modern Social Problems 3.0
SOC 202 Racial & Ethnic Relations 3.0
Total Required Units 18.0


 





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