Social & Behavioral Sciences

Anthropology (M.A.)
Engage in the advanced study of prehistoric and historical archaeology, sociocultural anthropology, American Indian studies and physical anthropology.
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Bioregional Planning & Community Design (M.S.)
Prepare to be an effective planner with the ability to work with communities and organizations in the development of sustainable communities.
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Rehabilitation Counseling & Human Services (M.Ed. and M.S.)
Prepares students to work in state or federal agencies, private or nonprofit rehabilitation agencies, hospitals, corrections, community mental health clinics, and private practice
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Family And Consumer Sciences (M.S.)
Use scientific research methods to understand issues of human development, family relations, personal and family finance, nutrition, and community.
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Movement & Leisure Sciences (M.S.)
Learn to become a leader for healthy active living, promoting physical activity for individuals and shaping healthy communities.
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Philosophy (M.A.)
(This program is not accepting graduate applications at this time.) Benefit from outstanding opportunities for advanced study and research in philosophy
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Political Science (M.A., Ph.D.)
Explore advanced studies of political processes and the relationship among individuals and government.
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Psychology: Human Factors (M.S.)
Learn to apply advanced psychological theory and research to real-world issues.
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