A social science B.S. gives students a broad knowledge of economics, political science, psychology, history, and sociology. Students will examine and study governments, cultural practices, and more. With a social science degree from Southwestern Adventist University, you will graduate with strong analytical, research, and critical thinking skills.
You might consider teaching to be the obvious career for a social science major, but the opportunities are much broader than that. Studying social science serves as a great foundation for jobs in:
- Human Resources
- Industrial-organizational psychology
- Political scientist
- Social work
- Urban and regional planning