The social/behavioral science component is designed to expand and enhance awareness and understanding of human behavior, institutional change, cultural diversity, and historical development.
The following courses meet the Behavioral/Social Science requirement and will be offered this term.
NOTE: A combination of fifteen (15) credits hours from the Humanities and Social/Behavioral Science components is required, with a minimum of six (6) hours in each area. Three (3) of these credit hours from either component must comply with the Gordon Rule requirement.
Course selection meets the requirements specified in SACS 4.2.3.