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Social Sciences at Northwestern
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The Department of Social Sciences is a multi-disciplinary department consisting of degree programs in criminal justice (law enforcement and corrections), global studies, history, political science, public administration, social science education, and sociology.
The History degree program is a generalist program that provides coursework to students wishing to pursue study in American history and European history. The Global Studies degree program was designed to prepare students for exciting careers in global business and government service.
The Department of Social Sciences under the School of Arts & Sciences offers a major in Political Science and a minor in Public Administration, both designed to prepare students for government service.
This program is designed to prepare you for a career in secondary education teaching social studies. The coursework prepares you for the subject specific competency exams required for Oklahoma Teacher Certification.