The School of Social Sciences and Humanities
The School of Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH) 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. In addition, SSH is committed to providing opportunities for students to satisfy their Core Curriculum requirements in English Composition and electives in Humanities and Fine Arts. The SSH is sensitive to the needs of individual students and seeks to develop logical thinkers, articulate communicators, vivid readers, accurate writers and analytical listeners. In addition, SSH provides extra-curricular activities, which engage students' creative energies while complementing their academic exercise.
Students following programs of study in the social sciences and humanities 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 humanties courses, students examine the human experience through the eyes of writers, philosophers, artists and musicians
In the School of SSH, degrees are awarded to students completing the requirements for certificate, associate and bachelor's programs.
State-of-the-art computer technology used in the School of SSH encourages students to become computer literate so that they can be successful in an ever-changing global environment.
Dr. Harry A. Akoh
Interim Dean of the School of Social Sciences and Humanities
Location: Science Lecture Building, Room 126
SSH Programs & Pathways
Digital Media and Entertainment Design (B.A.)
- General Pathway (AACC or ASCC Degree)
- Digital Media Pathway (AACC Degree)
- Mass Communications Pathway (AACC Degree)
- Criminal Justice Pathway (ASCC Degree)
- Psychology Pathway (ASCC Degree)
- Social Work Pathway (ASCC Degree)
- Teacher Education Pathway (ASCC Degree)