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Bachelor Programs in Social Sciences 2022 in Michigan in USA

Education in the United States is mainly provided by the public sector, with control and funding coming from three levels: state, local, and federal, in that order. The common requirements to study at a higher education level in United States will include your admissions essay (also known as the statement of purpose or personal statement), transcript of records, recommendation/reference letters, l… Read more

Education in the United States is mainly provided by the public sector, with control and funding coming from three levels: state, local, and federal, in that order. The common requirements to study at a higher education level in United States will include your admissions essay (also known as the statement of purpose or personal statement), transcript of records, recommendation/reference letters, language tests

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Aquinas College
Grand Rapids, USA

The Sociology Department has a community-based learning curriculum that brings sociological ideas alive to students by expanding the boundaries of the classroom and exposing s ... +

The Sociology Department has a community-based learning curriculum that brings sociological ideas alive to students by expanding the boundaries of the classroom and exposing students to experiences and opportunities in the community as part of their course work. -
Bachelor
Full-time
4 years
English
Campus
 
Northpoint Bible College
Haverhill, USA +1 More

he Intercultural Ministry Division seeks to guide the student in developing a biblical theology and biblical philosophy of missions and providing practical vocational preparat ... +

he Intercultural Ministry Division seeks to guide the student in developing a biblical theology and biblical philosophy of missions and providing practical vocational preparation for cross-cultural ministry, whether at home or abroad. -
BA
Full-time
English
Campus
 
University of Michigan-Flint School of Education and Human Services
Flint, USA

This curriculum is designed for students intending to graduate with a Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) degree. The BSW program is designed to meet the needs of students who inten ... +

This curriculum is designed for students intending to graduate with a Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) degree. The BSW program is designed to meet the needs of students who intend to prepare for professional generalist social work practice at the bachelor level, those who seek eligibility to register for the state licensure exam, and/or advanced standing for graduate study in social work. -
Bachelor
English
Campus
 

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Michigan State University James Madison College
East Lansing, USA

Comparative Cultures and Politics (CCP) is a major that studies how culture and politics intersect in global public affairs. CCP’s innovative interdisciplinary approach in the ... +

Comparative Cultures and Politics (CCP) is a major that studies how culture and politics intersect in global public affairs. CCP’s innovative interdisciplinary approach in the humanities and social sciences gives students the skills and competencies they need to address complex and critical global issues across academic and professional fields. The CCP major provides students with tools to better understand diverse cultural perspectives around the world, explore how culture shapes power relations, and how political and economic dynamics impact culture. The comparative and transnational focus encourages students to learn about other cultures and political systems, to reflect back on their own societies, and to discover how they want to position themselves as globally engaged citizens. -
Bachelor
English
 
Grand Valley State University Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies
Allendale Charter Township, USA

MISSION Creating and sustaining a community of scholar-activists who: understand systems of gender and sexuality; generate and apply intersectional feminist and queer perspect ... +

MISSION Creating and sustaining a community of scholar-activists who: understand systems of gender and sexuality; generate and apply intersectional feminist and queer perspectives; challenge structural inequalities; and work for social justice. WGS DEPARTMENT OVERVIEW The study of women has been part of the GVSU curriculum since 1973 when courses were taught in the College of Arts and Sciences and in William James College. The minor in Women's Studies was approved in 1986 and the first Women's Studies minor graduated in 1988. In 1997, the program was significantly expanded to include the study of gender. Women and Gender Studies became a major in 2006. In fall of 2013, a new minor in LGBTQ Studies was launched. With the study of sexuality added to curriculum, the program name was changed to Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies (WGS) in 2015. The WGS Department is housed in the Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies. -
BSc
English
 
Adrian College
Adrian, USA

Dr Christie Boxer leads the Sociology program, which includes core courses that expose you to the scientific study of human society and develop your “sociological imagination, ... +

Dr Christie Boxer leads the Sociology program, which includes core courses that expose you to the scientific study of human society and develop your “sociological imagination,” and elective courses, such as Marriage & Family, Sex & Gender, and Race & Ethnicity, through which you will learn to understand and apply sociological concepts to the world outside of the classroom. -
BA
English
Campus
 
Michigan State University International Studies and Programs
Michigan, USA

The outstanding features of the curriculum are its breadth and depth. It is organized around the following themes: international security and conflict resolution; internationa ... +

The outstanding features of the curriculum are its breadth and depth. It is organized around the following themes: international security and conflict resolution; international political economy; global governance; foreign policy of the United States and other countries; and comparative, regional and cultural studies. The International Relations curriculum encourages students to think creatively about a variety of issues: What constitutes "national security"? What are the social consequences of modernization? What are the causes and likely consequences of ethno-nationalism? How does the U.S. arrive at foreign policy decisions? How is that different from how foreign policies are made in other countries and which is better? What is the impact of protectionist foreign trade policies? How do national, regional and international political, social, and economic actors interact in the transition to a post-cold war global order? What is the impact of the U.N. and other international organizations? What effects do weapons and communications technologies have on world politics? By what means have national defense policies been implemented since the end of World War II. Some classes will use case studies in which students will be examining real or hypothetical foreign policy dilemmas and developing solutions to them. Others will evidence the importance of theories and models for comprehending and influencing world events. -
Bachelor
English
Sep 2022
 
Michigan State University James Madison College
East Lansing, USA

The Social Relations and Policy major explores the domain of public issues that are especially affected by relations among groups. The field is explicitly historical and compa ... +

The Social Relations and Policy major explores the domain of public issues that are especially affected by relations among groups. The field is explicitly historical and comparative, looking at social relations in the United States and internationally, over time. Courses focus on the sociology, history, and politics of intergroup relations, paying close attention to the interplay of such factors as class, race, ethnicity, sex/gender, religious belief and national identity. The program uses the study of social relations as a way to cultivate reasoning, methodological and analytical skills and the capacities for empathetic observation, normative judgment and effective problem solving. -
Bachelor
English
 
Michigan State University James Madison College
East Lansing, USA

James Madison College's major in Political Theory and Constitutional Democracy, as its unusual name suggests, probes the major competing principles that have animated politica ... +

James Madison College's major in Political Theory and Constitutional Democracy, as its unusual name suggests, probes the major competing principles that have animated political communities and how we have attempted to translate these into practice. We raise complex fundamental questions as we try to sort out the values and principles that have been most important to us. What does it mean to flourish as a human being? What are the rights and responsibilities of good citizens? What is the best way of life for society as a whole? Political Theory does not pretend to have the definitive answers to these questions. But we do think we can teach students how to think about these concepts and how to approach these questions in a productive and intellectually exciting way. -
Bachelor
English