Social Science (SSCI)

SSCI 5580. Social Studies Concepts and Issues. (3 Credits)

The application of basic social science concepts, skills and processes to the analysis of critical social issues. An interdisciplinary, analytic approach to defining, analyzing and evaluating alternative solutions to local, national and international issues will be undertaken. The candidate must earn a minimum grade of ‘B’ to receive credit on the program of study for this course.

SSCI 5581. Methods/Material - Soc Studies. (3 Credits)

This course covers instructional procedures, materials, and evaluation in teaching social sciences. The candidate must earn a minimum grade of ‘B’ to receive credit on the program of study for this course.

SSCI 5583. Social Studies for Global Understanding. (3 Credits)

Social sciences concepts related to a global perspective will be explored through methodologies of history and the social sciences. Students will be encouraged to clarify their own values regarding a global perspective in education. The candidate must earn a minimum grade of ‘B’ to receive credit on the program of study for this course.