Academic Affairs Office

Social Sciences Department
      

Faculty Office -- Room 242
Chairperson:  Katherine Tosa   777-0376
Secretary:    Mary Schutt    777-0380

The social sciences are a group of academic disciplines that study human aspects of society, behavior, and environment, with an emphasis on the use of the scientific method. At MCC, you can take courses in eight separate but interrelated areas: anthropology, economics, geography, history, political science, psychology, sociology, and women's studies.

Where will your social science education take you?

The answer is – everywhere. Not just to your Associate’s degree or to your next college, but around the corner and around the world. Social science can take you on a journey of exploration – one that leads to a deeper understanding and appreciation of humankind in all its rich variety.

          Anthropology
          Economics
          Geography
          History
          Political Science
          Psychology
          Sociology
          Women's Studies

 

Scholarships for full-time and part-time students are available.

Performance Based Scholarships are available for High School students