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Social Science Named One of “America’s Best Colleges” by U.S. News & World Report

The Social Science programs (Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science) gives students a strong liberal arts education and fosters skills that will prove valuable in other areas of advanced study and/or in the work force. The major permits students to complete a rigorous and diverse curriculum in the allied disciplines of history, economics, sociology, and government. Students are given the opportunity to include a more global aspect to their studies, including anthropological and regional courses that focus on Africa, Asia, and Latin America.

Cazenovia College is an independent, coeducational college, located in Cazenovia, New York, offering baccalaureate programs in the liberal arts and professional studies. Embracing student success as its primary mission, Cazenovia College comprises a diverse, yet close-knit residential community that creates educational experiences that are individualized for students, matching skill sets with academic programs and co-curricular offerings. This “one student at a time” approach to the educational experience is what sets Cazenovia apart from other colleges and universities.

At-A-Glance Founded: 1824 Enrollment: 1,000 students Average Class Size: 15 Student-Faculty Ratio: 12/1 Main Campus: 20 acres Equine Education Center: 243 acres Athletics: NCAA Division III

Office of Admissions, 3 Sullivan Street, Cazenovia, NY 13035 Phone: 1.800.654.3210 Email: Follow Cazenovia College on:

Students Receiving Financial Aid: 98% Faculty with the highest degree in their field: 80%

Social Science Internship/Career Opportunities Students in this major have completed internships with the following: Armstrong Communications Atlantic State Legal Foundation Baldwin & Sutphen Law Firm Bergen County Law & Public Safety Institute Center for Non-Profit Advancement City of Utica Youth Bureau

Samples of Coursework

Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute

American Legal History

Cornell Political Coalition

The American Presidency

Democracy Matters

Class, Status and Power

Department of Labor

Cultural Geography

Dept. of Social Services

Historical Methods

Enterprise Foundation

Human Rights and Genocide

Lorenzo State Historic Site

International Economics and Trade Introduction to Sociology Social Welfare Policy U.S. Government and Politics U.S. History (to 1877) and (to Present) Women and Culture World Civilization (to 1550) and (1550 to Present) World Cultures and Society

For More Information: John Robert Greene

Paul F. Schupf Professor, History & Humanities Program Director, Social Science Phone: 315.655.7229 Email: rgreene

Madison County Historical Society NY White House Fellows Program NYS Office of Attorney General Onondaga County Department of Law Onondaga County District Attorney Syracuse Research Corporation U.S. Department of State/Foreign Service Valesky for Senate Campaign

Social Science Brochure  
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