Degrees and Programs
Today’s workplace requires skills in decision-making, problem-solving and flexibility. Participation in classes in the social sciences promotes development of these skills through encouragement of intellectual curiosity and appreciation of human diversity.
Courses and Program Options
* Program is available online.
Most careers in the social sciences require a bachelor’s degree. You may complete the first two years of your education at Northeast and then transfer to a four-year college to complete a bachelor’s degree. Classes will easily transfer to a four-year college or university. Statistics have shown that Northeast students in the Social Science program have done as well as or better than students who began their studies at four-year colleges in Nebraska.
You'll develop a broad perspective in the human condition, allowing you to develop an awareness of the nature of human beings in social, political, historical, and individual contexts. You'll be prepared to move in any number of chosen directions.
Employers include government agencies, archives, libraries, museums, parks, historic sites, education, and non-profit organizations.
Salaries vary depending on specific career and place of employment.