Campuses will be closed Thursday, Nov. 26-Sunday, Nov. 29 for Thanksgiving.
Campuses will reopen Monday, Nov. 30.
The Social and Behavioral Sciences Division assists students achieve an understanding of culture, society, and individual behavior.
The division sponsors the following areas of emphasis in our University Transfer Programs:
The division sponsors the following A.A.S Programs and Technical Certificates:
The disciplines offered in the division are as follows:
Anthropology, COLS-Study-Organize-Succeed, Criminal Justice, Economics, Education, Environmental Health Technology, Geography, Health, History, Physical Education, Political Science, Law, Psychology, Sociology, Business, GIS, Management, Office Administration
Other opportunities sponsored or co-sponsored by the Social & Behavioral Sciences Division include: the Fitness Centers, Tennessee Early Childhood Training Alliance (TECTA) and numerous social science seminars on topics including the Civil War, Anthropology of Religions, World War II, Juvenile Delinquency, Death & Dying, and the United States Supreme Court.
The following courses satisfy the Social/Behavioral Sciences general education requirement as prescribed by the Tennessee Board of Regents:
|ANTH||2150||Native American Studies|
|GEOG||2010||World Regional Geography|
|INTL||1010||Introduction to Global Studies|
|POLS||1025||Introduction to Political Science|
|PSYC||2220||Biological Basis of Behavior|
|SOCI||1010||Introduction to Sociology|
Students taking the above courses will demonstrate four or more of the following learning outcomes:
The following courses satisfy the History general education requirement as prescribed by the Tennessee Board of Regents:
|HIST||1010||Survey of Western Civilization I|
|HIST||1020||Survey of Western Civilization II|
|HIST||1210||Survey of World History I|
|HIST||1220||Survey of World History II|
|HIST||2010||Survey of United States History I|
|HIST||2020||Survey of United States History II|
Students taking the above courses will demonstrate the following learning outcomes:
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