Social Science Degrees & Certificates
Considering a career in the Social Sciences?
The Anthropology Program at Mott is designed to offer students their first encounter with three of the major subfields while pairing courses outside of the discipline that will help them explore the various connections between anthropology and other fields.
Get ready for a job in the corrections fields, which include federal and state prisons, county and city jails, halfway houses, probation and parole departments, and private security.
This program is designed for students seeking careers in various areas of criminal justice, including law enforcement, loss prevention, and corrections.
This competency based program focuses on NAEYC Standards. With an AAS in Early Childhood the student is eligible for positions as classroom assistants, childcare center staff, as well as before and after school programs.
Choose from either a AS or AA Degree pathway that will lead you to either an BA or a BSAS.
Geography is a field that focuses on the earth’s surface and all of the features on it and their relationship to each other.
Historians use written evidence, statistical information and other materials to reconstruct the story of humanity and gain insight into the present.
The Political Science program at Mott is designed to introduce students to the major questions that define the field and the methodologies used to analyze these questions.
The Elementary Education pathway at Mott Community College prepares students to transfer to a four year college or university to complete his or her training to be a certified elementary school teacher.
It is the mission of the psychology discipline at MCC to provide an effective learning environment where students develop critical thinking skills which lay the groundwork for future educational experiences.
The program prepares graduates to qualify for Registration as a Social Service Technician under the Michigan Bureau of Health Professions. Employment opportunities exist in social work, agency work and/or substance abuse treatment.
Sociology is not a program but a Liberal Arts discipline in the Social Sciences. Sociology is the systematic study of human behavior, groups and society.
Certificates of Achievement