Social and Behavioral Science

Learning Outcomes:

The following three learning outcomes are required goals of disciplinary or interdisciplinary courses:

  1. Explain how individuals, groups or institutions are influenced by contextual factors;
  2. Demonstrate awareness of changes in social and cultural constructs;
  3. Use appropriate methods and resources to apply social and behavioral science concepts, terminology, principles and theories in the analysis of significant human issues, past or present.

Required: One approved course

Approved Courses: For the most current list of approved courses for 2021-2022, please see the Catalog

Creating a Mason Core Social and Behavioral Science Course?

-Download the Curriculum Map for Social and Behavioral Science

-Download the Mason Core Rubric for Evaluating Student Work in Social and Behavioral Sciences Courses

-Visit theMason Core Submission Instructions page

-Find additional help with Mason Core and CIM