Social Science (SS)

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SS 323 LAW AND AMERICAN SOCIETY3 Credits

Nature, functions, and limits of law and its impact on economic, political, and social institutions.

Cross-Listed: LS323/SS323

Prerequisites: Sophomore or above status

SS 390 INTERNSHIP IN SOCIAL SCIENCE1-12 Credits

Provides practical experience in social science in a social or governmental agency. Open to upper division students majoring in one of the social sciences. Interested students should contact the Internship and Career Services Office to secure application materials. Application should be made prior to the semester the internship will be started. The amount of credit will be based on the availability of a suitable work position, the qualifications of the applicant and the work hours.

Prerequisites: Sophomore or above status

Add Consent: Department Consent

SS 400 INDEPENDENT STUDY/RESEARCH1-3 Credits

Study or research in an area of special interest. The number of credit hours is determined by the topic and the amount of work required. Permission of instructor, Dean and Academic Vice President is required.

Add Consent: Instructor Consent

SS 430 TOPICS IN SOCIAL SCIENCE1-3 Credits

Special topics in Social Science. May be repeated with a change of emphasis.

Prerequisites: Junior or above status

SS 495 SEMINAR IN SOCIAL SCIENCES3 Credits

Seminar is required for all history, history education and social science majors. Students will understand social science methodologies and integrate knowledge and skills developed over the curriculum. Culminates the interdisciplinary focus of the program and produces a synthetic understanding of a topic/problem that is demonstrated in original scholarly research.

Cross-Listed: HIST495/SS495

Prerequisites: Junior or above status