The Bachelor of Arts with a major in Social Science (without Teacher's Certification) is an interdisciplinary major in which a student can choose courses from 9 social science departments across the university: Anthropology, Economics, Geography (Human Geography Only), History, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, and Social Work.
In this major, you will complete at least 18 semester hours in a primary study area and an additional 30 semester hours in two or more complementary subject areas. Out of these 48 semester hours in the major, at least 24 semester hours must be taken at the advanced level.
You may also participate in an internship and earn academic credit while gaining valuable work experience. The Social Science major has an internship course designed specifically for students in this major.
You could be on the fast track to success with the insights you gain while studying in our Social Science program. You will have a greater understanding of societal needs, diverse cultures and individual responsibility. Your viewpoints could prove vital to how a company or organization operates.
Social Science majors also complete all the requirements for a Bachelor of Arts degree, including 120 semester hours (at least 30 must be taken at UNT), 42 advanced semester hours (24 advanced must be taken at UNT, 12 of which in the major), all General University Requirements and all University Core and College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences requirements.