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Division of Social Sciences

 

 

Dr. Daniel Egbe

Dr. Daniel Egbe
 Division Chair

Phone: (501) 370-5232
Email:  degbe@philander.edu
Location: Titus Academic Center / Suite B / Room 205

 

 

Ms. Rebecca Brown
Administrative Assistant
Phone:  (501) 370-5355
Email:  rfunkhouser@philander.edu
Location:  Titus Academic Center/ Suite B and Suite A (rotating)

 

 

T he Division of Social Sciences prepares students for careers in any field that deals with the social aspects of human behavior.  Studies in the Social Sciences offer students the opportunity to gain broad experience in a set of skills that can transfer into many career concentractions, e.g. Anthropology, Sociology, Psychology, Social Work, History and Political Science.
 
At Philander Smith College we endeavor to prepare students in the Social Sciences for graduate study as well as careers in law, counseling, business, the ministry, public and human services, teaching and social research.  it is our belief that studying various aspects of social and human relationships will enable students to use research methodologies to identify and measure the dynamic changes of social and cultural relationships.  in building a community of scholars with an emphasis on the pursuit of social justice, collecting data and applying it to specific circumstances and situations creates a basis for supporting business efforts as well as the need for bolstering government social programs.
 
 

 

Departments

Sociology

Political Science and History

Psychology

Social Work

 

 

 

 

Criteria for Admission to Degree Programs

1. Completed application form

2. Prepare and submit an essay indicating students reasons for desiring a major in the respective area.

3. Successfully participating in an interview with faculty members from the division.

4.  An official transcript that indicates a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher.

5.  A minimum GPA of 2.75 in social science courses.

6.  Demonstrate basic understanding of computer skills and technology.

7.  Students will be eligible to apply at the end of their sophomore year.

8.  Students will be able to demonstrate consistency in class attendance.

Students should also be able to display appreciation for learning, be able to identify career goals and demonstrate an aura of professionalism.

 

 

All students with majors in the respective Social Science areas must successfully complete a written and oral comprehensive examination in their field (e.g., Political Science, Sociology, Social Work, Psychology) in order to fulfill the division requirement for graduation. These examinations will be offered in the fall (if there are potential fall graduates) and in the spring of each year. The dates and times for each exam will be announced by the Division by the  third week of each semester. Students are encouraged to check with their major professor for all the necessary information relative to time, place, form and substance of each examination.

 

 


 
 

 

 
 
 

 
 

 



 


 


 


 

 

 


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