The Social Science Interdisciplinary major focuses primarily on human institutions and behavior, examining their interplay from the perspective of various disciplines.
The social sciences include American ethnic studies, anthropology, economics, geography, history, mass communications, political science, psychology, sociology and gender, women, and sexuality studies.
Cutting across these varied disciplines, the interdisciplinary Social Science major offers more latitude in its curriculum design, allowing students to pursue unique intellectual ventures, particularly those that require the synthesis of multiple disciplines.
It can also serve as an undergraduate pathway to graduate programs.
The major is not available to those students earning a degree in one of the individual social science disciplines.
Social Science Advising
To make an advising appointment, call (785) 532-6904, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit 107 Calvin Hall.
To make an advising appointment, call (785) 532-6904 or visit 107 Calvin Hall.