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Social Science resources

Which Math Should I Take?

It’s recommended that majors in Social Sciences take the following course to meet their MAC Quantitative Reasoning requirement:

Major/Minor Combinations

Students can explore possible minors by looking in the University Catalog.  Select Find a Program, and then select Program Type: Minor from the filter options in the right-hand side of the screen.

In general, most Social Science majors have enough electives available to allow for minors or even double-majors in any subject, but here are some common combinations:

  • Anthropology majors often minor in Communication Studies, Political Science, or Sociology.
  • Archaeology majors often minor in Classical Studies or Anthropology.
  • Political Science majors often minor in Sociology, Philosophy, or Communication Studies
  • Psychology majors often minor in one of the following: Sociology, Women’s & Gender Studies, Human Development & Family Studies.
  • Sociology majors often minor in Psychology, African American & African Diaspora Studies, or Women’s & Gender Studies.

Keep an eye on CASA’s social media (facebook | twitter) throughout the summer for more information on majors and minors.

Resources to help you do well in your classes

The Academic Achievement Center offers programs to develop academic skills, and provides tutoring and supplemental instruction.
You can find them on campus in Forney Student Success Commons Suite 114, or contact them with questions at (336) 334-3878 or

The Writing Center offers one-on-one assistance in improving your written assignments before you submit them.

The University Speaking Center helps you prepare for in-class presentations and improve your public speaking skills.

The Math Help Center offers tutoring for STA 108: Statistics.

Keep Learning offers resources on how to prepare for and excel in online classes.