Syracuse College

The Social Sciences Division encompasses the historical past, idea, and investigation of societies, techniques, areas, teams and people. These are central considerations of the departments of African American Research; Anthropology; Economics; Geography; Historical past; Worldwide Relations; Lesbian, Homosexual, Bisexual, Transgender Research; Maxwell Faculty of Citizenship; Political Science; Psychology; Public Affairs; Sociology; and Ladies’s and Gender Research. Therefore most programs satisfying the Social Sciences Divisional Necessities come from these departments.

To finish the Divisional Necessities within the Social Sciences, you should take two programs from the checklist under. The Broadcast and Digital Journalism school recommends that its majors take at the least one course in every of the next areas: Economics, Historical past, and Political Science.

Divisional Record within the Social Sciences:

AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES

AAS/ANT 112 Introduction to African American Research in Social Sciences

AAS 202 Caribbean Society since Independence

AAS/SOC 254 Comparative Research of American Ethnic Communities

ANTHROPOLOGY

ANT 111 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

ANT/AAS 112 Introduction to African American Research in Social Sciences

ANT 121 Peoples and Cultures of the World

ANT 141 Introduction to Archaeology and Prehistory

ANT/HIS 145 Introduction to Historic Archaeology

ECONOMICS

ECN 101* Introductory Microeconomics

ECN 102* Introductory Macroeconomics

ECN 203* Financial Concepts and Points

ECN/WGS 258* Poverty and Discrimination in America

GEOGRAPHY

GEO 103 Atmosphere and Society

GEO 105* World Geography

GEO 171* Human Geographies

GEO 203 Society and the Politics of Nature

GEO 219 American Variety and Unity (Honors)

GEO 272 World Cultures

GEO 273 World Political Financial system

HISTORY

HST 101* American Historical past to 1865

HST 102* American Historical past Since 1865

HST 121* International Historical past to 1750

HST 122* International Historical past 1750 to Current

HST/ANT 145 Introduction to Historic Archaeology

HST 201 Analysis Seminar in Historical past

HST 222 Historical past of American Sexuality

HST 231 English Historical past (to1688)

HST 232 English Historical past (from 1688)

HONORS*

HNR 260 Honors Social Science Course

HNR 360 Honors Social Science Course

LAW IN THE LIBERAL ARTS

LLA 201 Parts of Regulation

MAXWELL SCHOOL OF CITIZENSHIP AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS

MAX 123 Vital Points for america

MAX 132 International Group

NATIVE AMERICAN STUDIES

NAT 105 Introduction to Native American Research

POLITICAL SCIENCE

PSC 121(129)* American Nationwide Authorities and Politics (or Honors)

PSC 122 American State and Native Authorities and Politics

PSC 123* Comparative Authorities and Politics

PSC 124(139)* Worldwide Relations (or Honors)

PSC 125 Political Idea

PSC 141 Liberty and Energy from the Historical World to Modernity (supplied in Florence)

PSC 202 Introduction to Political Evaluation

PSYCHOLOGY

PSY 205 (209)* Foundations of Human Conduct (or Honors)

PSY 274 Social Psychology (Prerequisite: PSY 205 or 209)

PUBLIC AFFAIRS

PAF 101 An Introduction to the Evaluation of Public Coverage

QUEER SEXUALITY

QSX 111 Queer Histories, Communities, and Politics

SOCIOLOGY

SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology

SOC 102 Social Issues

SOC/WGS 230 Intergroup Dialogue

SOC/WGS 248 Ethnic Inequalities and Intergroup Relationships

SOC/AAS 254 Comparative Research of American Ethnic Communities

SOC/WGS 281 Sociology of Households

WOMEN’S AND GENDER STUDIES

WGS 201 Transnational Feminist Research

WGS/SOC 230 Intergroup Dialogue

WGS/SOC 248 Ethnic Inequalities and Intergroup Relations

WGS/ECN 258* Poverty and Discrimination in America

WGS/SOC 281 Sociology of Households

OTHER SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES*

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

EDU/DSP 203 Introduction to Inclusive Education

SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT

LPP 255 Introduction to the Authorized System

*Notes:

Programs listed beneath “Different Faculties and Schools” could also be used to satisfy the Social Sciences Divisional Requirement, however they will not be counted towards the 65 credit within the School of Arts and Sciences wanted for commencement until they’re cross-listed with Arts and Sciences.

Programs corresponding to AAS/ANT 112 are cross-listed programs. You might take the course as both AAS 112 or as ANT 112. Since these are the identical programs beneath completely different departmental prefixes, chances are you’ll get credit score for just one course in any cross-listing.

HNR 260 could also be taken (with completely different titles) thrice for a complete of 9 credit. HNR programs on media matters taught by Newhouse school members will likely be counted as Public Communications credit. Test with the Newhouse Advising and Information Workplace if in case you have any questions.

HNR 360 could also be taken (with completely different titles) thrice for a complete of 9 credit. HNR programs on media matters taught by Newhouse school members will likely be counted as Public Communications credit. Test with the Newhouse Advising and Information Workplace if in case you have any questions.

You might obtain credit score for just one course (or set of programs within the case of ECN 101-102) in every of the next groupings:

ECN 101 and 102, ECN 203, or Superior Placement in Microeconomics and Macroeconomics

ECN 101 or Superior Placement in Microeconomics

ECN 102 or Superior Placement in Macroeconomics

ECN/WGS 258 or ECN/WGS 358

You might obtain credit score for just one course in every of the next groupings:

HST 101 or Superior Placement in U.S. Historical past

HST 102 or Superior Placement in U.S. Historical past

HST 121 or Superior Placement in World Historical past

HST 122 or Superior Placement in World Historical past

PSC 121, PSC 129, or Superior Placement in U.S. Authorities and Politics

PSC 123 or Superior Placement in Comparative Authorities and Politics

PSC 124 or PSC 139

PSY 205, PSY 209, or Superior Placement in Psychology.

You might obtain credit score for not more than two programs within the following grouping:

GEO 105, GEO 171, or Superior Placement in Human Geography.

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