Mar 27, 2023  
DRAFT 2023-2024 Undergraduate Catalog 
DRAFT 2023-2024 Undergraduate Catalog

Norman J. Radow College of Humanities and Social Sciences

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Bachelor’s Degrees offered through the College of Humanities and Social Science:

African and African Diaspora Studies, B.A.  

Anthropology, B.S.  

Asian Studies, B.A.  

Criminal Justice, B.S.  

English, B.A.  

English Education, B.S.  

Geography, B.A.  

Geospatial Sciences, B.S.  

History, B.A.  

History Education B.S.  

Interdisciplinary Studies, B.S.  

Interactive Design, B.S.  

International Affairs, B.A.  

Journalism and Emerging Media, B.S.  

Media and Entertainment, B.S.  

Modern Language and Culture, B.A.  

Organizational and Professional Communication, B.S.  

Philosophy, B.A.  

Political Science, B.S.  

Psychology, B.S.  

Public Relations, B.S.  

Sociology, B.S.  

Technical Communication, B.S.  











This college offers a wide variety of Certificates and Minors, click here to learn more!



















African and African Diaspora Studies  


Asian Studies  

Chinese Studies  

Comparative American Studies  

Criminal Justice  


Crisis Preparedness  

Environmental Science  

European Studies  

Film Studies  

French and Francophone Studies  

Gender and Women’s Studies  



German Studies  



Interactive Design  

International Affairs  

Italian Studies  



Language and Literary Studies  

Latin American/Latino Studies  

Leadership Studies  

Legal Studies  


Lusophone Studies 

Medical Sociology   


Military Leadership  

Native American Studies  

Organizational and Professional Communication  

Peace Studies  


Political Science  

Professional Writing  


Public History  

Public Relations  

Religious Studies  

Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies  



Technical Communication  


Diversity and Community Engagement  

Geographic Information Science  

Intelligence and Homeland Security  

Land Surveying  

Technical Communication  

Workplace Interpersonal Relationships