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Social Science Division

Chair Katherine A. Tinsley

Courses SOSC

102 HUMAN CONFLICT - 3 hours
An exploration of models for the analysis of human conflict within persons, between persons, and between ethnic and cultural groups. The origins of the social sciences, and how the social scientist seeks knowledge, is introduced. Recommended for those students interested in an integrated approach to psychology, sociology and anthropology. C-3RC.

210 HUMAN GEOGRAPHY - 3 hours
A description of the great variety of peoples and cultures as they exist in highly diversified environments. Contributions of human geography toward an understanding of problems such as population, food supply, migration, transportation and conservation will be examined.