Consisting of 19 academic departments, the College offers degrees in the fine arts, humanities, natural sciences and social sciences. Disciplines in the social sciences focus on the institutions and functioning of human society and with the interpersonal relationships of individuals as members of society. In Fulbright College, those fields include anthropology, political science, psychological science, social work, and sociology and criminal justice.
Learn approaches to the various subfields within archeology, biological anthropology and cultural anthropology to better understand human similarities and differences.
Explore the processes, principles, and structure of government political institutions, politics, public affairs, public administration, and law.
Examine human behavior and mental processes through experimental and clinical psychology to study the science of mental life.
SOCIOLOGY & CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Study human social behavior, the development of human society and social institutions as well as systems of law enforcement, the judiciary, and corrections connected to the apprehension, prosecution, defense, sentencing, incarceration, and supervision of those suspected of or charged with criminal offenses.