Why Choose Nazareth for Social Science?

The interdisciplinary social science major integrates five academic disciplines: anthropology, economics, political science, psychology, and sociology.

While each program is different, all seek to foster an understanding and appreciation of the diversity among and within societies and cultures. Many students combine the social science major with the inclusive early childhood/childhood education major and become teachers. Others go on to attend graduate school or pursue a variety of careers related to working with people.

Program Highlights

  • Senior seminar integrates interdisciplinary experiences.
  • Small classes and individual attention from faculty.
  • Prepares students for careers or graduate study in fields such as counseling, human resources, library science, education, communications, human services, and international relations.

Typical Class Schedule

Freshman
Sophomore
Junior
Senior

Contact Information

Harry Murray

Harry Murray

Director
hmurray9@naz.edu
Additional Positions:
Professor & Chair in Sociology & Anthropology
Otieno Kisiara, Anthropology Professor, social science program, social science major

Faculty Spotlight: Otieno Kisiara, Ph.D.

Professor of Anthropology

Dr. Kisiara focuses on refugees and refugee resettlement programs in Rochester, NY and Africa.

Example Careers/Outcomes

  • Community organizations
  • Counseling
  • Human services
  • Market research

Internships/Field Experiences

  • Internships are available through the individual social science departments including anthropology, economics, political science, psychology, and sociology.

Graduate Schools/Employers

  • Veterans Administration
  • Walden University
  • Rochester City School District