Social and Behavioral Science

One Course (3 credits) in Social and Behavioral Science

The following courses fulfill the Mason Core requirement in social and behavioral science. This list is updated regularly to reflect changes in the approved courses.

  • AFAM 200 - Introduction to African American Studies Credits: 3
  • ANTH 114 - Introduction to Cultural Anthropology Credits: 3
  • ANTH 120 - Unearthing the Past: Prehistory, Culture and Evolution Credits: 3
  • ANTH 135 -Introduction to Biological Anthropology Credits: 3
  • ANTH 363 - Humans, Disease, and Death Credits: 3
  • ANTH 396 - Issues in Anthropology: Social Sciences Credits: 3
  • BUS 100 -  Business and Society Credits: 3
  • CONF 101 - Conflict and Our World Credits: 3
  • CONS 410 - Human Dimensions in Conservation Credits: 3
  • CRIM 100 - Introduction to Criminal Justice Credits: 3
  • ECON 100 - Economics for the Citizen Credits: 3
  • ECON 103 - Contemporary Microeconomic Principles Credits: 3
  • ECON 104 - Contemporary Macroeconomic Principles Credits: 3
  • ECON 105 - Environmental Economics for the Citizen Credits: 3
  • ECON 367 - Money, Markets, and Economic Policy Credits: 3
  • EDUC 200 - Introduction to Education: Teaching, Learning and Schools Credits: 3
  • EDUC 203 - Disability in American Culture Credits: 3
  • EDUC 372 - Human Development, Learning, and Teaching Credits: 3
  • GCH 325 -  Stress and Well-Being Credits: 3
  • GGS 103 -  Human Geography Credits: 3
  • GOVT 101 - Democratic Theory and Practice Credits: 3
  • GOVT 103 - Introduction to American Government Credits: 3
  • GOVT 367 - Money, Markets and Economic Policy Credits: 3
  • HDFS 200 - Individual and Family Development Credits: 3
  • HEAL 230 - Introduction to Health Behavior Credits: 3
  • HIST 121 - Formation of the American Republic Credits: 3
  • HIST 122 - Development of Modern America Credits: 3
  • INTS 203 - Inquiry for Action: Facilitating Change Credits: 3
  • INTS 300 - Law and Justice Credits: 3
  • INTS 304 - Social Movements and Community Activism Credits: 4
  • INTS 316 - Introduction to Childhood Studies Credits: 4
  • INTS 317 - Issues in Family Relationships Credits: 4
  • INTS 319 - Contemporary Youth Studies Credits: 3
  • INTS 320 - Construction of Differences: Race, Class, and Gender Credits: 6
  • INTS 321 - Parent-Child Relations Credits: 3
  • INTS 331 - The Nonprofit Sector Credits: 4
  • INTS 334 - Environmental Justice Credits: 4
  • INTS 336 - Poverty, Wealth, and Inequality in the US Credits: 3
  • INTS 347 - Gender Representation in Popular Culture Credits: 3-6
  • INTS 361 - Neighborhood, Community, and Identity Credits: 3-6
  • INTS 362 - Social Justice and Human Rights Credits: 3
  • INTS 371 - Food Systems and Policy Credits: 3
  • INTS 436 - Social Justice Education Credits: 4
  • INTS 437 - Critical Race Studies Credits: 3
  • INTS 438 - Representations of Race Credits: 3
  • LING 306 - General Linguistics Credits: 3
  • PSYC 100 - Basic Concepts in Psychology Credits: 3
  • PSYC 211 - Developmental Psychology Credits: 3
  • PSYC 231 - Social Psychology Credits: 3
  • SOCI 101 - Introductory Sociology Credits: 3
  • SOCI 352 - Social Problems and Solutions Credits: 3
  • SOCI 355 - Social Inequality Credits: 3
  • TOUR 311 - Women and Tourism Credits: 3
  • WMST 200 - Introduction to Women and Gender Studies Credits: 3