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Palomar College Programs


220000 -- Social Sciences
Instructional programs in all aspects of the past and present activities, conduct, interactions and organizations of humans.

Degrees

Social Sciences, General
General Studies: Social and Behavioral Sciences Emphasis

Programs that combine coursework from various different disciplines within the social sciences.
Units needed for degree: 18 units

Social Sciences, General
University Studies: Social Sciences

Programs that combine coursework from various different disciplines within the social sciences.
Units needed for degree: 18 units

Women’s Studies
Women's Studies

History, sociology, culture of women, and development of modern feminism in relation to historical roles played by women.
Units needed for degree: 18 units

Archaeology
Archaeology

Study of extinct societies, and the past of living societies, via interpretation of their remains.
Units needed for degree: 33 units

Economics
Economics

Study of limited resources, their use in producing goods and services, and their allocation and consumption; and related theories, principles, and techniques.
Units needed for degree: 23 units

Geographic Information Systems
Advanced Geographic Information Systems

Computer-based tools for acquiring, editing, storing, analyzing, and visualizing geographically referenced information, with applications in research, education, management, and planning. Includes Global Positioning System (GPS).
Units needed for degree: 20 units



Certificates:

Archaeology
Archeological Excavator

Study of extinct societies, and the past of living societies, via interpretation of their remains.
Units needed for certificate: 21 units

Archaeology
Archeological Surveyor & Laboratory Assistant

Study of extinct societies, and the past of living societies, via interpretation of their remains.
Units needed for certificate: 21 units

Ethnic Studies
American Indian Studies

Programs that focus on the culture and history of ethnic and minority groups.
Units needed for certificate: 18 units

Economics
Economics

Study of limited resources, their use in producing goods and services, and their allocation and consumption; and related theories, principles, and techniques.
Units needed for certificate: 23 units