Social and Behavioral Studies

Sociology is the overarching unification of all studies of humankind, including history, psychology, and economics for the purpose of studying human behavior as social beings. It encompasses all aspects of our social lives, including interactions, culture, groups, institutions, and global processes.

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Jami Brown
Department Chair, Behavioral Sciences
(951) 222-8398
Quad 23E

Social & Behavioral Studies
see catalog
Typical Time to Completion
2 years
Program Requirements

If you are interested in understanding our communities, how they’re formed and what influences their structures, while others are driven to take a more hands-on role to improve and advance our societies, you can explore other instructional pathways in Social and Behavioral Sciences.