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Social Sciences

Social Science majors enjoy helping people and want to make the world a better place. They are interested in the human experience and how people function individually and in a group.

Social Science students will complete courses in areas such as psychology, sociology, anthropology, criminal justice and communications.

Programs at GFCMSU

Substance Abuse & Addictions Counseling (A.A.S.)

Sample Transfer Paths for Social Sciences

Semester 1

Course Credits
WRIT 101 College Writing I 3 Requires placement
M 105 Contemporary Mathematics 3 Requires placement. See an advisor for other math options
Social Science core PSYX 100 or HSTA 101 3 Students should either focus on Psychology of History options if interested in social sciences
Humanities core 3
CAPP 131 Basic MS Office 3
Total 15

Semester 2

Course Credits Notes
Social Science core PSYX 230 or HSTA 102 3
STAT 216 Introduction to Statistics 4
Humanities Core 3
Science Core 4
elective 3
Total 17

Semester 3

Course Credits Notes
Social Science elective PSYX 240 or HSTR 101 3
COMX 115 Intro to Interpersonal Communication 3
Humanities Core 3
Science core 3
elective 3 Electives should be courses that meet requirements of program at transfer institution
Total 15

Semester 4

Course Credits Notes
Social Science elective PSYX 260 or HSTR 102 3
Social Science elective SOCI 101 or HSTA 255 3
Cultural Diversity core 3 Students who emphasize in psychology should take NASX course
elective 3
elective 3
Total 15
Total credits 62