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College of Social Sciences
Below you will find a list of degrees, minors and certificates offered by each department
in the College of Social Sciences.
(B.A. denotes a bachelor of Arts degree; B.S., Bachelor of Science; M.A., Master of
Arts; M.S., Master of Science; M.P.A., Master of Public Administration.)
American Indian Studies offers students opportunities to study the governments, nations,
cultures, and social structures of American Indian societies and American Indian societies
within the context of the United States.
The Asian American Studies Program offers a minor with classes that focus on the history
and contemporary experience of Asians in the United States.
Subject matter preparation for the secondary teaching credential in Social Sciences.
Humanics offers students specialized training in administration and leadership for
community benefit organizations and works with hundreds of organizations in the region
to prepare leaders for service to humanity.
The Jewish Studies Program encourages Fresno State students from all backgrounds to
study the many dimensions of Jewish heritage and its contemporary contexts.
Project Rebound is a program designed to help formerly incarcerated individuals successfully
reintegrate into society via higher education.
See the General Catalog for degree and program requirements, course descriptions, and major requirements.
Links to each Department, Program, or Project will provide additional information
such as degrees, programs, certification offerings, and their requirements.