Social Science Department
Social science is, in its broadest sense, the study of society and the manner in which people behave and influence the world around us. It includes fields in the humanities, law, and linguistics. Social science tells us about the world beyond our immediate experience, and can help explain how our own society works - from the development of democratic institutions or what helps economic growth, to how and why people vote, or what makes people happy. The origins of social science go all the way back to the ancient Greeks and their rationalist inquiries into the nature of humans, state, and morality. Social science as an academic field of study developed out of the Age of Enlightenment as individuals began to take a more disciplined approach to quantifying their observations of society.
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Electives:CIVIL AND CRIMINAL LAW
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