If your interested in learning how the mind works, the Division of Social & Behavioral Sciences has just what you’re looking for. Maybe your interest lies in reviewing the past, physical fitness training, learning to sign (ASL), K-8 education, examining our government and judicial systems, or meeting the needs of other people, the vast array of course offerings will prepare you for your chosen profession and meet your general education requirements.
Internships & Projects
Students are eager to participate in a number of meaningful internships and real world projects available. For instance, political science students are afforded opportunities to directly experience the political process by attending and participating in mayoral debates and congressional forums.