School requirements must be met and must include 15 courses (40 units) as specified below. Students are reminded that the Pass/Not Pass option is not applicable to the CORE course requirements or to any additional requirements listed for specific majors. Courses used to meet CORE requirements are included in the computation of the grade point average in courses required for the major.

Core

  • An understanding of the fundamental concepts, analytical tools, and methods of social science:
  • Social Science 1A, 2A, 3A.
  • One course in Introduction to Social Policy and Public Service: Social Science 40.
  • One course in Cultural Competency: either Social Science 70C or Sociology 63.
  • One course in Leadership: either Social Science 181A or 181B.
  • Two courses in Research Methods: Social Science 102A and 170A.
  • Three-quarters of Field Studies: Social Science 193A-B-C (must be taken consecutively).
  • One-quarter of off-campus internship experience: Social Science 194A.

Functional Focus

Three courses in one of the following areas:
  • Education
    • Education 121
    • Education 124
    • Education 126
    • Education 132
    • Education 150
    • Education 157
    • Education 170A
    • Education 175
    • Education 180
    • Education 182
    • Chicano/Latino Studies 180
    • Chicano/Latino Studies 189 (when focus is education)
    • Economics 158
    • Psychology 141J
    • Psychology 141K
    • Psychology 141L
    • 2 quarters of Social Science 196
 
 
  • Health
    • Anthropology 128B
    • Anthropology 132A
    • Anthropology 134A
    • Anthropology 134D
    • Anthropology 134E
    • Anthropology 134G
    • Chicano/Latino Studies 157
    • Chicano/Latino Studies 168
    • Chicano/Latino Studies 178
    • Chicano/Latino Studies 179
    • Psycholgoy 120A
    • Psycholgoy 120D
    • Psycholgoy 121S
    • Psycholgoy 127C
    • Psycholgoy 127E
    • Psycholgoy 127G
    • Psycholgoy 127H
    • Psycholgoy 127I
    • Psycholgoy 127T
    • Psycholgoy 171
    • Psycholgoy 174A
    • Psycholgoy 174E
    • Psychology 174F
    • Sociology 135
    • Sociology 154
    • Sociology 164
    • Sociology 176
     
     
  • Governance
    • Anthropology 121G
    • Anthropology 121J
    • Anthropology 174A
    • Management 162
    • Economics 146
    • International Studies 160
    • International Studies 161A
    • International Studies 162
    • International Studies 164
    • International Studies 165
    • International Studies 177C
    • International Studies 177E
    • Political Science 122A
    • Political Science 122B
    • Political Science 123A
    • Political Science 123B
    • Political Science 123C
    • Political Science 124A
    • Political Science 124B
    • Political Science 124C
    • Political Science 124D
    • Political Science 124E
    • Political Science 125A
    • Political Science 125B
    • Political Science 126A
    • Political Science 126B
    • Political Science 126C
    • Political Science 126D
    • Political Science 130A
    • Political Science 130B
    • Political Science 133A
    • Political Science 137B
    • Political Science 137C
    • Political Science 142D
    • Political Science 142E
    • Political Science 142F
    • Political Science 151H
    • Political Science 171A
    • Political Science 171B
    • Political Science 171C
    • Political Science 171D
    • Political Science 171F
    • Political Science 172A
    • Political Science 172B
    • Political Science 174A
    • Political Science 174B
    • Political Science 174C
    • Political Science 179
    • Social Science 152A
    • Social Science 152B
    • Social Science 173I
    • Social Science 188A
    • Social Science 194B
    • Sociology 138
    • Sociology 141
    • Sociology 144
    • Sociolgoy 176
    • Sociology 177
 
 

Note: Certain special topics courses may be applicable to this major; students should see their undergraduate advisor prior to enrolling in a special topics course to ensure that it meets the requirements. Social Science 184A-B (Sage Leadership Research) and 192 (Washington Seminar) may not be used to satisfy school requirements.

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