Social Sciences Requirements

Associate of Arts Degree via Distance Learning

Social Sciences (9) Credit Hours, 2 Disciplines

Course No. Course Title
(Credit Hours)
Mode
of Delivery*

 
ARTS 254


ECNM 151
ECNM 152

GPHY 151
GPHY 152

HSTR 151
HSTR 152
HSTR 161
HSTR 162
HSTR 267

HUMS 263 


PLSC 151
PLSC 155
PLSC 156 

 
History of American
Architecture ** (3)

Macroeconomics (3)
Microeconomics (3)

Human Geography (3)
Geography of U.S. and Canada (3)

Civilization I** (3)
Civilization II ** (3)
United States I (3)
United States II (3)
African-American Heritage** (3)

Introduction to Folklore** (3)   

Intro to Political Science (3)
State and Local Government (3)
Amer. Nat'l Government (3)

 
W


H, W
H, W

W
W

H, W
H, W
H, W
H, W
W

H

W
W
H, B, W

PLSC 157

PSYH 151
PSYH 251
PSYH 253
PSYH 254
PSYH 257
PSYH 261 
PSYH 263
PSYH 273

SOCY 151
SOCY 161
SOCY 255
SOCY 256
SOCY 276

URBS 161
URBS 162
URBS 210

WMST 210    

Contemp. World Problems (3)

Intro to Psychology (3)
Human Growth/Develop. (3)
Child Development (3)               
Adolescent Development
Abnormal Psychology                  
Social Psychology
Personality Theories
Industrial/Organiz. Psychology

Intro to Sociology (3)
Intro/Cultural Anthropology (3)
Family (3)
Social Problems (3)
Race and Ethnicity (3)

Intro to Urban Studies (4)
Contemporary Urban Issues (4)
Intro to Women's Studies (3)

Intro to Women's Studies (3)

W

H, B, W
H, B, W
W
W
H, W
H, W
W
W

H, B, W
H, W
W
W
W

W
W
W

W

*The mode of delivery is indicated by:

H = Home - T.V. Cable Course
W = Web (Internet) Course
B = Blended (On-campus and Internet)


** Course may be counted as either Social Science or Arts and Humanities, but may not be counted twice.

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