Humanities and Social Sciences

In addition to required courses (American Government and U.S. History), students may choose from a wide array of courses that vary from term to term. The list below represents a selection of recent and current Social Science courses.

  • American Government
  • United States History
  • Biography of Great Thinkers
  • Mythology and Society
  • International Relations
  • Introduction to Constitutional Law
  • Political Philosophy
  • History of Political Philosophy
  • War and Peace
  • Human Rights
  • International Monetary Economics
  • Natural Resource Economics
  • Third World Economic Development
  • African-American Life and Culture in the United States
  • Geographies of Race and Gender
  • Political and Economic Development in the Third World
  • Race and American Film
  • Race, Class, and Gender in the United States
  • Classical Theories of Political Economy
  • Contemporary Theories of Political Economy
  • Supervised Independent Study and Research Open to students in good standing who, in consultation with a faculty sponsor, present a proposal with clearly formulated objectives and means of implementation.