Social sciences courses are seen as a foundation for VIU students’ social skills in order to be sensitive to the human condition with self-confidence and self-understanding.
- Interpret human behavior and develop skills to successfully interact with individuals at all levels of society.
- Critically analyze the organization of society and the role of individuals and groups in the larger society.
- Demonstrate a basic knowledge of ethical norms to exercise independent judgment and ethical decision-making.
|Distribution of Courses (2 Courses/6 Credit Hours):|
|Course Code||Course Name||Credit Hours|
|GOVT 120||Comparative Government||3|
|GOVT 130||American Society and Politics||3|
|GOVT 140||International Relations||3|
|GEOG 101||World Geography||3|
|HIST 101||World History||3|