111 Armstrong Hall

E-mail: denise.thompson@mnsu.edu

More than 110 faculty provide course work, mentoring, and advising for approximately 2,000 undergraduate majors and graduate students in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences (SBS). SBS students are active participants in their education and many participate in internships, practicums, service learning, field trips, and study abroad opportunities.

SBS prepares students to enhance the quality of community life by offering undergraduate majors in anthropology, corrections, earth science (teaching and non-teaching), economics, ethnic studies, geography, history, international relations, law enforcement, political science, psychology, social studies (teaching and non-teaching), social work, sociology, urban and regional studies, and women's studies, as well as programs in gerontology, and non-profit leadership certificate. Minors are offered in most departments and programs.

SBS graduate programs are offered in anthropology, ethnic and multi-cultural studies, geography, aging studies, history, political science, psychology, public administration, social work, sociology, sociology-corrections, sociology-human services planning and administration, urban studies, urban planning, and women's studies.

The College also houses the Center for Economic Education, and the Kessel Peace Institute. Student advising services are available in each department, in Advising "U" located in 114 Armstrong Hall, and from the Student Relations Coordinator, Denise Thompson. For more information contact Denise Thompson by calling 389-6307 or emailing Denise Thompson.


Browse the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Collections:

Aging Studies Department

Anthropology Department

Applied Organizational Studies

Criminal Justice Community

Ethnic Studies Department

Gender and Women's Studies Department

Geography Department

Government Department

History Department

Psychology Department

Social Work Department

Sociology and Corrections Department

Urban and Regional Studies Institute