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The Endzone Initiative

North Carolina Central University is offering a new Bachelor of Science degree in Behavioral and Social Sciences aimed at helping returning students complete their undergraduate degrees.

The new program was approved by the UNC Board of Governor’s at its Oct. 29, 2015, meeting.

The Behavioral and Social Sciences degree features interdisciplinary studies designed to prepare students for the diverse challenges of the modern workplace.

Students will complete 124 hours of coursework, including 30 hours drawn from any of the core disciplines: social work, psychology, political science, human sciences, criminal justice, public health education, physical education and recreation, and public administration. Additionally, students will be required to undertake 12-hour concentrations in two individual Behavioral and Social Science disciplines.

The degree will help students develop skills that are highest in demand, according to the government website NCWorks.gov, including critical thinking, data analysis, problem solving, as well as oral and written communications. The diversity of the curriculum will permit acceptance of most credits previously accrued by returning students.

For More Information

G. Terry Huff, Coordinator
gthuff@nccu.edu
(919) 530-5077

Wendalyn Perry, Academic Advisor
wperry@nccu.edu 
(919) 530-6940

Stacey A. Evans, Academic Advisor
sevans50@nccu.edu
(919) 530-6397

 
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