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Anthropology introduces students to the influence of evolutionary, cultural, and historical processes on peoples’ lived experiences.
Asian Studies seeks to prepare students for a future in an economically and politically important and interconnected Pacific Basin.
The Economics major provides students with a liberal education with special emphasis on the economic aspects of society.
Environmental Studies helps students understand environmental issues in their political, social, and scientific context.
The Ethnic Studies major explores the histories, cultures, and issues which define and shape ethnic group experiences in the United States.
FACS provides knowledge and skills that will enhance the well-being and quality of life for individuals, families, and communities.
Gerontology promotes and supports longevity and quality of life through health promotion and assistance with elder care issues.
The Government major maximizes students' capacity to analyze and interpret the dynamics of political events and governmental processes.
The Liberal Studies major educates beginning teachers in the wide-ranging subject matter that will prepare them to become effective teachers.
Psychology faculty and students teach, learn, research and practice in the field of psychology with dedication and enthusiasm.
PPA prepares students for a career in public service management, budgeting, and analysis, with consideration of ethics and the public good.
This interdisciplinary program prepares students for graduate studies, professional leadership careers, or a social science teaching credential.
Sociology is the study of social life, social change, and the social causes and consequences of human behavior.
The field of Women’s Studies is dedicated to studying women’s lives and facilitating political activism and community participation.