Social Science (Associate Degree)
The Associate of Arts of Associate of Science degree program in social sciences is designed for students who anticipate the need for only two years of college education. It reflects the training received in the first two years of a regular four-year program, and a student may, if he or she desires, continue on to a baccalaureate degree.
The Associate of Arts or Associate of Science degree in social science consists of 35 credit hours of University Core Curriculum courses, 18 credit hours in a primary area, and 12 credit hours of electives.
Emphasis areas for the associate of social science include:
- Political Science
- U.S. History
- World History
A detailed list of course requirements and descriptions can be found in the USI Academic Bulletin.
For more information, contact the department chair of your area of concentration.
Dr. Sudesh Mujumdar
Professor of EconomicsChair of Economics and Marketing Department
Business and Engineering Center 2058
Dr. Oana Armeanu
Associate Professor of Political ScienceChair of Political Science, Public Administration and Philosophy Department
Liberal Arts Center 3063
Dr. Todd Schroer
Associate Professor of Sociology & Criminal JusticeChair of Criminal Justice
Liberal Arts Center 3019
Dr. Jason Hardgrave
Associate Professor of HistoryChair of History Department
Liberal Arts Center 3032
Dr. Rocco Gennaro
Professor of Philosophy
Liberal Arts Center 3055