Social Sciences Education

The Bachelor of Science in Education degree in Social Sciences leads to certification in Social Studies at the 7-12 level, including the certification to teach American history, world history, political science and government, geography, sociology and economics. 

This degree is oriented toward liberal arts studies that prepare students to understand human beings in their social relationships thus appreciating the complexity and diversity of world cultures. The coursework for this degree focuses on developing essential skills for exploring the human condition and nurturing a capacity for informed citizenship. This multi-disciplinary degree, including the study of history, political science, geography, sociology, economics and education, prepares students for social studies teacher certification at the secondary level.

Courses

  • American National Government
  • Cultural Anthropology
  • Arkansas and the Southwest
  • Educational Technology
  • Classroom Management

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Department of Social Sciences
McBrien Hall, Room 201B 
Box 7793 
Arkadelphia, AR 71999-0001 
870-230-5230