Department of Modern Languages, Philosophy and Socio-Cultural Studies
Students enrolled in the Department of Modern Languages, Philosophy and Socio-Cultural Studies will gain a greater understanding of the cultural influences that affect human thinking and interactions.
Through the disciplines of language, philosophy, anthropology and sociology, the department offers programs focusing on human life and culture.
Modern Languages and Cultures
Technological advances in communication and transportation have led to a global economy that values employees who are fluent in multiple languages and knowledgeable about other cultures.
- Bachelor of Arts in Arabic
- Bachelor of Arts in Spanish
- Bachelor of Science in Education: Certification in Spanish
- Letters of Completion in Arabic, Spanish for Business or Spanish for Law Enforcement
- Minors in Arabic or Spanish
The philosophy program analyzes the fundamentals of life and how we think about them. Philosophy students learn to think logically and to present their thoughts in writing.
Sociology, Applied Sociology, Social Sciences
Sociology investigates the structure of groups, organizations and societies, and how people interact within these boundaries. Students in this program learn to use sociological theories to conduct research and understand patterns of human behavior.
- Bachelor of Arts in Social Science
- Bachelor of Arts in Sociology
- Applied Sociology concentration
- Minor in Sociology
Anthropology students study people and cultures from biological, communication, social interaction and archaeological perspectives. With degree concentrations in archaeology and forensics, this program can lead to a variety of careers.
Liberal Studies is a multidisciplinary degree designed to produce well-rounded individuals. Students may select courses from the humanities, natural sciences or social sciences programs.
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