2017-18 University Catalog 
    Jun 14, 2024  
2017-18 University Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Humanities and Social Sciences Department

Mark Neupert, Department Chair
Alishia Huntoon, Program Director, Extern Coordinator and Curriculum Coordinator, Applied Psychology
Maria Lynn Kessler, Program Director Applied Psychology - Wilsonville, Program Director Applied Behavior Analysis
Professors: M. Clark, M. Kessler, M. Neupert
Associate Professors: K. Adams, A. Huntoon, R. Madden
Assistant Professors: J. Borgen, B. Bunting, K. Chapman, K. Konkel, S. Nathenson, Y. Rowher
Instructor: S. Machado

Degrees Offered

  • Bachelor of Science in:
    • Applied Psychology
    • Population Health Management
  • Master of Science
    • Marriage and Family Therapy

Minors Offered

  • Arts, Literature, and Philosophy (ALPs)
  • Medical Sociology
  • Psychology

Graduate Certificates Offered

  • Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)

Module Offered

  • Oregon Transfer (OTM)

The Humanities and Social Sciences Department offers a wide variety of classes that meet the general education requirements for all students. In addition, these classes meet the lower-division requirements for college transfer students in many pre-professional programs.

Department Goals and Objectives

  1. To provide coursework in the humanities and social sciences in order to prepare students for employment in a rapidly changing global market.
  2. To provide course offerings in multiculturalism and globalization.
  3. To assist students in developing critical thinking and problem-solving abilities and to develop scientific knowledge and inquiry skills.
  4. To assist students in developing ethical and cultural awareness.
  5. To prepare students to be responsible citizens and lifelong learners.
  6. To assist students in developing an aesthetic appreciation of the arts.