Join the FAMU College of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities (CSSAH) as we raise $10,000 to support our CSSAH Shines Professional Development and Student Engagement Program as part of the university's 1887 Strikes Day of Giving campaign. While we are asking 100 supporters to give $100, any amount helps get us closer to our goal. The funds will be used to cover the cost of travel, lodging, meals, registration fees and other expenses that too often prohibit our students from participating in opportunities that make them competitive. To give, text 1887Strikes16 to 71777 or visit the CSSAH 1887strikes profile page to give online. Your donation today will help our students Shine!
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Please continue to practice health and safe social spacing precautions to protect yourself duirng this global pandemic. Visit www.fa www.famu.edu for FAMU's COVID-19 updates.Stay Safe!
Because protecting FAMU is our top priority, the FAMU College of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities (CSSAH) encourages our faculty, staff and students to practice the safety measures recommended by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and support preventative measures FAMU has implemented to ensure we all remain healthy. Let’s #ProtectTheFAMUly by following these safety procedures to make sure we do our part to remain healthy:
Wash or sanitize hands
Wear a face mask or face covering
Maintain a distance of at least six feet
Please continue to practice health and safe social spacing precautions to protect yourself duirng this global pandemic. Visitwww.famu.edufor FAMU's COVID-19 updates.Stay Safe!
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About History, Political Science, Geography and African-American Studies
The primary objective of the Department is to provide all students and faculty the opportunity and supportive environment for excellence in study, learning, teaching, research, and service. Focusing on significant social, historical, political, geographical, and economic issues and problems, students utilize the best available theoretical framework and empirical research in acquiring functional knowledge for understanding problems of the human condition.
The Department offers both undergraduate and graduate study. Undergraduate degrees include the Bachelor of Arts and the Bachelor of Science. The graduate degree is the Master of Applied Social Sciences.
We offer five (5) undergraduate degrees and one master's degree with a choice of four concentrations.