AREA E – Social Sciences  
General Education Outcome:
• Students will analyze the nature of basic historical, political, or cultural aspects of society.
 
POLS 1101 (American Government - 3 Hours) 3 Hours
HIST 2111 (Survey of U.S. History I - 3 Hours)
or
HIST 2112 (Survey of U.S. History II - 3 Hours)
3 Hours
Select two courses from:
ECON 2105 (Principles of Macroeconomics - 3 Hours)
ECON 2106 (Principles of Microeconomics - 3 Hours)
HIST 1121 (Western Civilization I - 3 Hours)
HIST 1122 (Western Civilization II - 3 Hours)
HIST 2100 (Introduction to the European Union - 3 Hours)
HIST 2111 (Survey of U.S. History I - 3 Hours)
HIST 2200 (Studies of the European Union - 3 Hours)
HIST 2220 (African American History - 3 Hours)
POLS 2100 (Introduction to the European Union - 3 Hours)
POLS 2200 (Studies of the European Union - 3 Hours)
PSYC 2101 (Psychology of Adjustment - 3 Hours)
PSYC 2201 (Abnormal Psychology - 3 Hours)
PSYC 2103 (Introduction to Human Development - 3 Hours)
PSYC 1101 (Introduction to General Psychology - 3 Hours)
SOCI 1101 (Introductory Sociology - 3 Hours)
SOCI 1160 (Introduction to Social Problems - 3 Hours)
SOCI 2293 (Introduction to Marriage and the Family - 3 Hours)
6 Hours
  12 Hours