Social Inquiry Department

Social Inquiry Department

UW-Superior's Department of Social Inquiry includes academic programs in anthropology, broad field social science, global studies, history, philosophy, political science, sociology and gender studies. These programs form the basis of a sound university education, prepare students for careers, and help students better understand themselves, their society and their world. A variety of majors, minors, and teaching certifications are available.

PROGRAM
LOCATION
DEGREE
TYPE
Anthropology Anthropology
Minor
Broad Field Social Studies* Broad Field Social Studies
B.A./B.S.
Major
Gender Studies Gender Studies
Minor
Global Studies Global Studies
Minor
History* History
B.A./B.S.
Major/Minor/Concentration
Philosophy Philosophy
Minor
Political Science* Political Science
B.A./B.S.
Major/Minor/Concentration
Sociology* Sociology
B.A./B.S.
Major/Minor
PROGRAM:
Anthropology
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Minor
PROGRAM:
Broad Field Social Studies*
LOCATION:
DEGREE:
B.A./B.S.
TYPE:
Major
PROGRAM:
Gender Studies
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Minor
PROGRAM:
Global Studies
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Minor
PROGRAM:
History*
LOCATION:
DEGREE:
B.A./B.S.
TYPE:
Major/Minor/Concentration
PROGRAM:
Philosophy
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Minor
PROGRAM:
Political Science*
LOCATION:
DEGREE:
B.A./B.S.
TYPE:
Major/Minor/Concentration
PROGRAM:
Sociology*
LOCATION:
DEGREE:
B.A./B.S.
TYPE:
Major/Minor

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* Are programs where you can also earn certification to teach at the K-12, elementary or middle/high school levels.

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