The College of Humanities and Social Sciences consists of eight undergraduate departments and the Military Science/ROTC Department. Programs focusing on the humanities and social sciences serve to strengthen critical thinking and analysis, problem-solving capabilities, communication skills and interpretive insights.
In the humanities and social sciences, interdisciplinary study in international affairs enhances opportunities for students to study abroad. Internships and cooperative work assignments provide managerial experiences for students with private firms and government agencies. Special assignments in the Governor's Office and with state legislators provide students with insights into public policy.
Organizations and Clubs
There are many groups students can join to satisfy their intellectual interests or provide opportunities for co-curricular pursuits. There are clubs connected to academic disciplines that provide informal forums to discuss topics of interest in politics, languages, science, history, computers, literature, technology, and business, among others.