A graduate with a baccalaureate degree should be able to:
- Understand and describe the use of elementary methods of social science inquiry.
- Articulate the impact of societal institutions on the experiences and needs of individuals, groups, and/or organizations.
Students meet this requirement by completing 2 courses from 2 different sub-areas:
- Psychology, Sociology, Anthropology,
- Political Science
- Inter-area Social Science
For a list of University of La Verne courses that meet the Social and Behavioral Science requirement, please see the GE Course Listing. You can also refer to the course catalog on MyLaVerne for the most current listing of Social and Behavioral Science courses. Courses that meet this requirement are designated with one of the following codes in the course catalog: ASBH (Psychology, Sociology, Anthropology), ASPS (Political Science), ASEC (Economics), and ASIA (Inter-area Social Science).
To see if a transfer course from another institution has been approved for this GE area, please refer to Transfer Course Information.