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The Social and Behavioral Sciences Division assists students achieve an understanding of culture, society, and individual behavior.
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||1130||Intro to Physical Anthropology|
|ANTH||1230||Intro to Cultural Anthropology|
|ANTH||1430||Intro to Prehistoric Archaeology|
|ANTH||2150||Native American Studies|
|GEOG||2010||World Regional Geography|
|INTL||1010||Introduction to Global Studies|
|POLS||1025||Introduction to Political Science|
|PSYC||2210||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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