Bachelors degrees and minors are available in Anthropology, Black Studies, Chicano/Latino Studies, Economics, Geography, History, International Studies, Judaic Studies, Native American Studies, Sociology, and Women's Studies. Two interdisciplinary degrees in Social Science and Liberal Studies are offered and can be completed fully online.
Masters degrees are offered in Anthropology (MA), Economics (MA, MS), General Social Sciences (MAT, MST), Geography (MA, MS), History (MA), Sociology (MA, MS), and Speech and Hearing Sciences (MA, MS).
Doctoral degrees are awarded in Environmental Sciences and Resources, which includes the departments of Biology, Chemistry, Geology, Geography, and Physics, and in System Sciences, which includes Anthropology, Business Administration, Civil Engineering, Economics, Engineering Management, Mathematics and Statistics, Mechanical Engineering, Psychology, and Sociology.
For additional information about degrees available in the social sciences, please contact the CLAS Advising office at (503) 725-3822 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.