Offered by Department of History
College of Natural and Social Sciences

SOSC Courses

SOSC 288GS - Modes of Inquiry in the Social Sciences - 3 hours
Prereq: none
Examines the role of the social sciences in today's society. Students will explore how social and behavioral science knowledge is created using empirical research methods. Additionally, students will learn how to apply social science concepts to solving contemporary societal problems.
SOSC 370 - Social Science of the High School - 3 hours
Prereq: admission to Teacher Education
Techniques and materials for junior and senior high school social science. Basic knowledge of at least one field of the social sciences presupposed. Usually taken in the semester prior to the student teaching semester.
SOSC 444 - International Studies Institute - 1-6 hours
Prereq: none
This course will provide opportunities for study as offered by the International Studies Program.
SOSC 456 - Regional Field Study - 1-4 hours
Prereq: none
This course is designed to give students a first hand acquaintance with the history, the physical, cultural and economic geography of a particular area of the world.
SOSC 499 - Independent Study in the Social Sciences - 1-4 hours
Prereq: none
Open to majors in any of the social sciences.

30 Apr 2012