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Social Sciences

Whether you think you can, or that you can't, you are usually right.
--Henry Ford


Interdisciplinary Social Sciences courses study selected issues of contemporary life using an integrated/interdisciplinary social sciences perspective. These courses demonstrate ways cultural, psychological, sociological, political, geographic, and economic forces influence people and shape situations.

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Why You Should Study Interdisciplinary Social Sciences

Interdisciplinary social sciences courses allow you to investigate current social issues from multiple perspectives. Drawing on knowledge from a multitude of sources, you will gain a better understanding of the world and your place in it.

Courses in this area cover topics as diverse as globalization, cultural diversity popular culture, and world economic geography. 


Interdisciplinary Social Sciences Course Descriptions

Columbus State offers these courses in Interdisciplinary Social Sciences.


Interdisciplinary Social Sciences Faculty

Glenn Clayman
Robert J. Fitrakis
Scott Hunt
Tracy Little
Peter Karim Sesay
Rebecca Mobley
Adam Moskowitz
Eric Neubauer
Michael L. Schumacher
James A. Stewart


Interdisciplinary Social Sciences-Related Sites

Social Science links through Yahoo.

Online dictionary of the social sciences