Our programs in the School of Social/Behavioral Sciences & Multicultural Studies introduce you to different cultures and communities throughout history to help you understand the social, political, and economic underpinnings of our modern world. Grow into your identity as an academic and community member and gain the skills you need to prepare for transfer to a four-year university or begin your career in your field of choice.
Learn how to use space and construct structures that are functional, technically sound, and environmentally sustainable. We’ll help you consider community and ecological needs as you engage in innovative planning that informs future living. Learn more about our Architecture and Environmental Design programs.
See how the study of past and present human behavior can open windows to the future. With your studies of human and community development, you’ll learn the fundamentals of culture creation and the societal structures that connect us all. Learn about our Behavioral Sciences programs.
Deepen your understanding of racial equity and justice as you embark on a program of study designed to capture the Black experience. Our interdisciplinary Black Studies classes will help you understand the historical, social, political, and cultural development of Africans and African-descended people. Learn about our Black Studies program.
Study the experiences, culture, and values of the Chicana/o community. Our Chicana/o Studies program integrates literary, cultural, and artistic exploration with an understanding of the socio-economic issues experienced within the Chicana/o community. Learn about our Chicana/o Studies program.
Learn about the past and present forces that shape our lives. Our Social Sciences programs will enable you to study societal relations from diverse perspectives to better excel in our global world. Learn more about our Social Sciences programs.