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Curtis Hall

Accredited by the Council on Social Work Education

Accredited by the Council on Social Work Education


School of Adult and Graduate Education

Traditional Admissions

Social Sciences

Human Beings: The Original Social Network

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As technology and globalization continue to bring cultures together the role of the social scientist has become critically important across a widening range of disciplines. The field is growing faster than average and Cedar Crest students graduate ahead of the curve.

The social sciences at Cedar Crest are geared toward students of life and powerfully delivered by outstanding faculty, many of whom are not just teachers but also practitioners in their fields. Interdisciplinary by nature, subjects such as criminal justices, social work, psychology, religious studies, and global studies all draw from and feed one another as they seek to explain and affect social behaviors.

A college-wide commitment to personalized and relevant education in all subjects offers Cedar Crest students, in the exciting and far-reaching area of social sciences, many ways to combine interests and pursue truly individual paths.

Small classes and close personal interactions with seasoned, dedicated professors in a close-knit learning community of engaged classmates creates the perfect “social network” for finding career and graduate school success in the social sciences at Cedar Crest.

Students of All Ages

Social sciences programs are popular with traditional students and working adults alike. Designed with busy adults in mind, our School of Adult and Graduate Education specializes in flexibility. Plus, adult students are provided with services and support for academic success while managing busy, working lives.