Social Science studies human society and behaviors, cause and effect, and limited resources encountered by consumers within a society. In Social Science, students will demonstrate an understanding of human behavior, historical events, cultural and societal differences, consumer behavior, and the inter-workings of an economy. Courses in this category provide students with learning experiences that include analyzing and interpreting data and evaluating society.
Describe human society and behaviors to gain an ecological perspective.
Compare cultural and societal trends to gain an ecological perspective.
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