The Psychology/Sociology Department offers a Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Science with emphasis in Interdisciplinary Studies. The Interdisciplinary Studies Emphasis is intended for students who seek a broad introduction to the social sciences, perhaps in preparation for a career in law, and stresses interdisciplinary breadth in History, Economics, Sociology, or Political Science.
Bachelor of Arts:
Social Science, Interdisciplinary Studies Emphasis
|In addition to major requirements, students must meet Core Curriculum Requirements and General Degree Requirements.|
|EC001A/B||Macro and Microeconomics||6|
|PS001||Introduction to American Government||3|
|PY001||Introduction to Psychology (recommended)||3|
|SO001||Introduction to Sociology||3|
|Upper-division courses in History, Political
Science, Sociology, or Economics:
At least 12 of the 24 upper-division units must fall within one of the four areas of History, Political Science, Sociology, or Economics. At least three upper-division units must be taken in each of the other three areas (total nine units). The final three upper-division units of the required 24 may be taken in any of these four areas or in upper-division Psychology.
|Total Major Requirements||24|
|Other Degree Requirements*
and General Electives
* Other degree requirements include Core Curriculum Requirements and General Degree Requirements (e.g., Career Development, U.S. History).
|Total Unit Requirement||124|