Students enrolled in the Criminal Justice and Homeland Security Studies, Education, History, Human Services, International Studies, Psychology, and Social Sciences programs graduate with a strong liberal arts education and professional experience in their chosen fields, and possess the knowledge required for entering a graduate program or starting a career.

Critical thinking, service to others, communicating effectively and acting in an ethical manner are guiding principles of programs in this division. Potential career paths include social work, law, corrections, counseling, teaching, government and other related fields.


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John Robert Greene, Ph.D

  • Division Chair, Social & Behavioral Science
  • Paul J. Schupf Professor of History and Humanities
  •  (315) 655-7229