SSCI 299: Thinking Like a Social Scientist

Second-year and transfer students study social scientific ways of knowing and develop, in teams, a research design that they present publicly. Students engage with campus and community resources and reflect on their college development. Students learn to ask questions, consider evidence, analyze data, and recognize methods used by social scientists, as well as to explore their own individual direction for majors and career.

Join this class to meet fellow sophomores who share your interests in people and society,  understand how GE classes in the Social Sciences fit together, and prepare for a major or minor in the Social Sciences (Anthropology, CCJS, ENSP, Geography, Global Studies, History, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, WGS).  Non-majors (or possible majors) welcome.