Organized into seven (7) degree-granting departments and the Department of Army ROTC, the college offers twelve (12) separate majors leading to the bachelor of science, bachelor of arts, bachelor of criminal justice, and bachelor of social work degrees. It also offers three master-level programs: master of applied social sciences, master of community psychology and master of social work.
Students enrolled in the College of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities are not limited to the several curricula offered by the college. They may take courses offered in other colleges and schools of the University, which, with the approval of the department chairperson, may be included in the degree program, used as a minor field of concentration, or used as elective. In order to graduate, undergraduate students are required to maintain a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 and a grade of “C” or above in all majors and minor courses, and graduate students must have a minimum 3.0.
Some programs may require above the minimum for graduation. All directed individual study (DIS) courses must be approved by the supervising professor, the chairperson and the dean. Prior approval of the dean is required for all transient credit.
COLLEGE OF SOCIAL SCIENCES, ARTS AND HUMANITIES
Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Arts in African-American Studies
Bachelor of Arts in English
Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy & Religion
Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
Bachelor of Criminal Justice
Bachelor of Social Work
Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Arts in Political Science
Bachelor of Science in Sociology
Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Arts in Theatre
Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts
Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science in Music
Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Arts in History
Graduate Degree Programs
Master of Applied Social Science (M.A.S.S.)
Master of Science in Psychology (M.S.)
Master of Social Work (M.S.W.)