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Social Science is a branch of science that deals with the institutions and functioning of human society and with the interpersonal relationships of individuals as members of society. This is an interdisciplinary department at Allen University and includes classes in Anthropology, Criminal Justice, Geography, Government, History, Psychology and Sociology. The courses offered at Allen University are:
(SSC 201) Principles of Sociology, (SSC 202) Problems in Sociology, ( SSC 310) Social Gerontology, (SSC 312) Social Psychology, (SSC 315) Introduction to Human Services, (SSC 319) General Anthropology, (SSC 320) Social Welfare, (SSC 403) Criminology, (SSC 409) Ethnic and Cultural Minorities, (SSC 412) Social Science Practicum, (SSC 416) Social Research, (SSC 417) Social Science Seminar
(SSH 104) African Civilization, (SSH 201) History of Civilization I, (SSH 202) History of Civilization II, (SSH 204) United States History Since 1900, (SSH 305) African American History I, (SSH 306) African American History II, (SSH 412) Women in History
(SSP 308) Fundamentals in American Law
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