Human Relations, B.A.
39 Credits | Main Campus
Better understand human behavior and the social world as you develop a scholarly perspective in the two major social science areas of psychology and sociology.
Learn to better understand human behavior and the social world, as you develop a scholarly perspective in the two major social science areas of psychology and sociology. This interdisciplinary approach fosters intellectual sophistication by demonstrating how these disciplines, both separately and combined, interpret the world and endeavor to answer a wide range of questions concerning human behavior and group life.
Trinity’s human relations major includes a focus on issues of gender, diversity, social justice, ethics, public policy and technology. You will gain experiential and service learning outside the classroom (with a special emphasis on social justice and advocacy) through an internship in your area of interest.
What You’ll Learn
- Design qualitative and quantitative research studies
- Interpret human behavior in society through major theoretical models
- Identify contradictory or oversimplified arguments based on knowledge of psychological and sociological theories and research
- Analyze ethical standards at the individual, group, and systems levels relevant to social justice and equity for diverse communities
- Develop innovative advocacy initiatives for diverse and oppressed communities.
- Public Policy Advisor
- Community Organizer
- Non-Profit Manager
- Case Manager
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