The program provides a liberal arts and social science foundation to enable a student to develop a broad cultural background; habits of thoroughness, intellectual curiosity and scholarship; the ability to organize materials and communicate the results; and verbal skills.
The History/Political Science major consists of 24 credits in history and 21 credits in political science courses, 9 credits in social science subjects, and 9 credits of open electives. Through the option of the 9 credits of open electives the student may seek a minor in a related or complimentary area such as art, communications or public administration. The History/Political Science Pre Law major consists of 24 credits in history, 21 credits in political science, 9 credits in legal studies courses and 9 credits in social science subjects.
Student/Faculty Ratio: 13:01
Middle States Commission on Higher Education
Office of University Admissions
Chairperson: Alexander Vari, Ph.D.
Department of Social Sciences