Atlanta Metropolitan State College
The Division of Social Sciences
The Division of Social Sciences (SS) provides students with a comprehensive understanding of the individual as a social and behavioral animal, along with knowledge of the interaction between the social environment and behavior.
Students following programs of study in the social sciences are provided with both theoretical and practical learning experiences which better enable them to analyze, interpret, and understand educational, political, social, psychological, and historical phenomena significant to their daily lives.
In the Division of Social Sciences, degrees are awarded to students completing the requirements for transfer and career programs. Students following programs of study in the social sciences are prepared to seek advanced educational training at senior colleges and universities in various fields of education, government service, and the private sector.
Division's Mission Statement
Members of the Division of Social Sciences provide students with the opportunity to acquire a comprehensive understanding of the developing person and society, along with knowledge of the interaction between the social environment and behavior, in preparation for advanced educational training and/or vocational opportunities.
Dr. Grady Culpepper
Dean of the Division of Social Sciences
Location: Science Building, Room 126
Programs of Study
- African-American Studies
- Criminal Justice (Certificate and Associate Programs)
- Criminal Justice (B.S. Degree)
- Early Childhood/Teacher Assistant
- Health and Physical Education
- Political Science
- Recreational leadership
- Social Work
- Teacher Education (I, II, III)
- Teacher Education (B.A. Degree)
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