The Social Sciences Department offers numerous courses that let students explore human behavior and society, including Anthropology, Psychology and Sociology. Experienced and dedicated faculty are available to assist as you work toward your two-year degree or prepare to transfer to a four-year institution. As an institution of higher learning, we strive to develop students' critical thinking skills, foster self-discovery and encourage community involvement.
Looking for adventure and an opportunity to see and experience other cultures? Check out the Travel Abroad program. Prefer to stay closer to home or need to chill out? Drop by a Social Sciences Resource Center on the Southern Wake Campus or Scott Northern Wake Campus for a great place to study, work on group projects or just hang out with other social sciences students.