Science, Humanities, and Society Minor

Courses

A minor in Science, Humanities, and Society requires 21 hours of courses. The core is SHS 210, HST 275, and PAR 345. 12 additional credits of SHS-designated elective courses are required to complete the minor. Six credits must be from a single department, the other six credits must be from two other departments. Six of the 12 credits must be at the 300 or 400 level. A "C" (2.00) average is required of all courses counted toward the minor.

Required Courses:

  • SHS 210: Introduction to Science, Humanities, and Society.
  • HST 275: History of Science
  • PAR 345: Philosophy of Science

Elective Courses:

  • ANT 205: Human Societies *
  • ANT 206: Cultural Anthropology *
  • ANT 211: Fundamentals of Forensic Anthropology.
  • ANT 309: Environmental Anthropology
  • BIO 105: Concepts of Modern Biology *
  • BIO 150: Humans and Ecology *
  • BIO 160: Genetics in Human Affairs *
  • BIO 180: Plants and the Environment *
  • BIO 190: Microbes and Human society *
  • BIO 466: Conservation Biology
  • BIO 487: Introduction to Coastal Management (GLY 458)
  • CHM 103: Chemistry in Everyday Life *
  • ECN 325: Environmental Economics (EVS 325)
  • ENG 313: Writing about the Sciences
  • ENG 314: Writing and Technology
  • ENG 385: Psychology in Literature
  • EVS 120: Environmental Geology *
  • EVS 325: Environmental Economics (ECN 325)
  • EVS 361: History and Philosophy of Natural Resources Management
  • EVS 362: Environmental Law
  • EVS 370: Environmental Psychology (PSY 370)
  • GGY 210: Economic Geography *
  • GGY 333: Applied Climatology
  • GGY 336: Rivers and Floods
  • GGY 340: Resources, Population, and Environment
  • GLY 120: Environmental Geology (EVS 120) *
  • GLY 458: Introduction to Coastal Management (BIO 487)
  • HEA 205: Reproduction and Sexuality
  • HEA 207: Nutrition
  • HEA 325: Heath and Aging
  • HST 332: American Environmental History
  • HST 496: Topics in the History of Science and Technology
  • PAR 211: Philosophy of Human Nature *
  • PAR 215: Bioethics *
  • PAR 313: Social and Political Philosophy
  • PAR 318: Metaphysics
  • PAR 320: Philosophy of Mind
  • PAR 343: Atheism and Unbelief
  • PAR 342: Evil and Suffering
  • PED 350: Motor Behavior
  • PED 415: Movement in Special Populations
  • PED 460: Sport and Exercise Psychology
  • PHY 103: Great Ideas in Physics *
  • PHY 111: Naked-eye Astronomy and Archaeoastronomy
  • PLS 209: Environmental Politics
  • PSY 145: Psychology Applied to Human Life *
  • PSY 210: Science and Pseudo-Science *
  • PSY 245: Drugs and Behavior
  • PSY 265: Human Sexual Behavior
  • PSY 336: Industrial Psychology
  • PSY 365: Social Psychology
  • PSY 370: Environmental Psychology (EVS 370)
  • PSY 405: History and Systems of Psychology
  • PSY 470: Cross-Cultural Psychology
  • SOC 205: Human Societies (ANT 205) *
  • SOC 335: Sociology of Deviant Behavior
  • SOC 336: Sociology of Aging
  • SOC 337: Medical Sociology
  • SOC 350: Gender and Society
  • SOC 355: Criminology
  • SOC 365: Social Psychology
  • SOC 416: Human Ecology
  • SOC 433: Sociology of Mental Illness
  • SWK 355: Issues in Diversity for Generalist Practice
  • SWK 435: Social Welfare Policies

* Courses marked with an asterisk may also be usable for basic studies credit.