Criminal Justice • Education • Geography • Health • History
Physical Education • Political Science • Psychology • Sociology
The Division of Education and Social Sciences consists of the following departments: Early Childhood Education; Education and Psychology; Social Science; Health, Physical Education and Recreation; and Criminal Justice. The main divisional goal is to provide a curriculum that will meet general education requirements and also meet requirements for majors in Early Childhood Education, teacher education, social work, political science, history, geography, physical education, health, sociology, psychology and criminology.
The Associate of Arts degree and the Associate of Science degree are designed to transfer into baccalaureate programs. However, the Associate of Applied Science degree is designed for employment purposes and it should not be assumed that the degree or the courses in the degree can be transferred to another institution. While some institutions do accept some courses in AAS programs, the general rule is that courses in AAS degrees are not accepted in transfer toward bachelor’s degrees unless that degree has been articulated with that specific institution. Students to whom transfer is important should get assurances in writing in advance from the institution to which they wish to transfer.
Education and Social Science Division Chair
Associate Professor of Social Sciences
Office: Owen Center 135C
Office Hours: Contact Owen Center, 501.882.8921, for office hours.
Administrative Specialist II
Owen Center 135