Unmasking Dance in the Italian Renaissance - A Student Blog
Follow along as a student from the Social Sciences Department, Alex Caulfield, explores Italy (May 24-June 29) as part of the study abroad program Unmasking Dance in the Italian Renaissance.
Whether in practical, real-life situations or in theoretical and scholarly study, the programs in the Department of Social Sciences fully encompass Springfield College's Humanics philosophy—the idea that spirit, mind and body are vital and interconnected aspects of every human being.
Students leaving Springfield College with degrees in the social sciences go forth in careers in nonprofits, politics, community development, law enforcement, court, corrections and social justice. (As you may have already noticed, the world needs more of every one.) They are also superbly prepared for graduate-level education in any of these fields.
With interdisciplinary programs across many important areas, the department of Social Sciences at Springfield College offers:
Social Sciences Majors:
- American Studies
Option to become an elementary school teacher
- Criminal Justice
Option to become a secondary education teacher
- Youth Development
Social Sciences Minors:
3+3 Program for Students Interested in Pursuing a Career in LawComplete your undergraduate study at Springfield College in three years, followed by three years of law study at WNE. Learn more.
Five-Year DualBachelor's in Criminal Justice, Sociology, or Youth Development and Master's in Social Work
Students may qualify for an accelerated five-year program at Springfield College that combines an undergraduate degree in Sociology with a Master of Social Work degree.
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