Minor in Social Science
The Social Science minor allows students to select courses from a variety of Social Sciences fields in order to gain a broad knowledge of the Social Sciences while tailoring the course selections to those that will benefit the student most in their chosen career.
The Social Sciences minor consists of 18 credits. Students will choose courses from at least three of the following fields: anthropology, economics, geography, government, history, public administration , sociology and psychology.
Each of Evangel's academic programs is made up of a set of core curriculum, program requirements and electives. The courses listed below are just a small sample of courses that might be taken as a part of this specific program.
|Introduction to Anthropology||Emphasizes the basic concepts of anthropology and a survey of its sub-disciplines. Topics include ethnology, social anthropology, culture dynamics, culture and personality, anthropological linguistics, prehistoric man, physical anthropology, and the concept of race.|
|Introduction to Archaeology||An examination of history, objectives, and methods of archaeological discovery and interpretation; cultural, historical, and functional analysis of technique; and readings in selected primary sources.|
|Introduction to American Government||Analysis of the structure, principles, and processes of the American federal government.|
|Cross-Cultural Communications||A study of foundations, principles, and theories of communication and the impact of culture on communication.|
|American History I||Survey from the time of discovery and exploration of America through the founding and development of the 13 English colonies, the Revolutionary War, the establishment of the United States Constitution and government, the War of 1812, westward expansion and manifest destiny, states' rights, slavery, the Civil War, and Reconstruction.|
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When Dr. Larry Toll is not in an Evangel University classroom teaching history, he is out in the community living it. In the summer months you might find him working as a national park ranger at nearby Wilson’s Creek National Battlefield, participating in a Civil War reenactment, doing a live demonstration of historic weapons, or […] read more
Dr. Bryan Sanders, a 1982 graduate of Evangel, is chairman of the Department of Social Sciences. He is a man of integrity and passion to see his students succeed. He enjoys promoting new development and vision for his department while continuing to promote the development of his advisees and students as their careers begin to […] read more
NOTE: A minor is a secondary field of interest that is meant to complement your academic major. While your major is chosen for your intended career choice, your minor may be something you pursue for your personal interest or to augment your major.
No special requirements for this program.
General Undergraduate Requirements
The following are general requirements for all students beginning an undergraduate program at Evangel. For more information visit Undergraduate Admissions Requirements.
|Faith||As a boldly Christian university, all of our students have made a profession of faith in Jesus Christ as their personal Lord and Savior.|
|Diploma||Graduation from high school, or having the equivalent of a high school diploma such as the General Education Development (GED) examination.|
|Core Subjects||A minimum of a 2.0 GPA in core college prep classes (English, math, social sciences and science with a lab)|
|Grade Average||A "C" average. However, in some cases, a student with a weak academic record may be considered. To remain at Evangel, however, the student must meet scholastic requirements.|
|Standardized Tests||>Entering freshmen should take the ACT or SAT test. The codes for Evangel are as follows: SAT: 6198. ACT: 2296.|
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