Dec 12, 2019  
2015-2016 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2015-2016 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Department of Behavioral and Social Sciences


Chair: Professor Truss (History)

Professors Barone (History), Burling (Psychology), Day (History), Fallin (History), Gilbert (Psychology), Hultquist (History), Turner (Political Science); Associate Professors Bawden (History), Doerfler (Political Science), Newell (Social Work), Parker (Sociology); Assistant Professors Bare (Psychology), Caplow (Environmental Studies), Longo (Psychology), Lowry (Sociology), Tetloff (Social Work); Clinical Instructor Duke (Social Work).


General Education

All Behavioral and Social Sciences students must complete two semesters of World Civilizations (HIST 101  & 102  or 103  & 104 ).

Several courses in Behavioral and Social Sciences fulfill the Social and Behavioral Sciences component of the UM General Education requirements: GEOG 231 ; POS 200 , 250 ; PSYC 201 , 203 , 322 ; SOC 101 ; SWK 203 , 260 , 322 

Majors

The department offers the bachelor’s degree (either the B.A. or the B.S.) in history, political science, psychology, sociology, social work, and social science.

Internships

Faculty in Behavioral and Social Sciences encourage participation in internships. The history and political science programs regularly offer internships, especially in the summer terms. Social Work majors complete a practicum as part of their course curriculum. Contact faculty in the pertinent programs for additional information.

Courses in Behavioral and Social Sciences

Note: 400-level courses may be cross-listed with 500-level (graduate) courses. 

Programs

    Bachelor of ArtsBachelor of ScienceMinor(s)