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Courses must be from two or more areas including anthropology, economics, geography, political science, psychology and sociology.
Social sciences deal with the behavior of societal, economic, political, and cultural groups. This requirement focuses on the academic disciplines of sociology, economics, political science and cultural anthropology, insofar as these disciplines deal with general and non-applied knowledge concerning social behavior.
The Behavioral Sciences study the psychological behavior of human beings, insofar as this knowledge concerns the human being’s relationships to the self and to other individuals. Criteria focus on the general and non-applied learning experiences in the academic field of psychology.