Social and Behavioral Science (SBS)

  1. Go to MyNCC Class Schedule
  2. Choose the semester term you wish to register for
  3. Under “Attribute Type" toward the end of the criteria list, choose ”Social and Behavioral Science"

AA degree students must select four courses from three different departments listed below.

  • AA students must include one course in history. Choose any course with the designation HIS, or any AFR or POL course marked with an asterisk (*) in the chart below to satisfy the history requirement.
  • AS degree students may select any two courses listed below
  • ECO 218 is a 6-credit course; all others are 3-credit courses
Africana Studies Department
AFR 142 - History of African Civilization

All other AFR Social and Behavioral Science courses are dual listed and can be found with their corresponding departments below.

Economics/Finance Department
ECO 100 - Survey of Economics
ECO 110 - Personal Finance
ECO 111 - Intro to Finance
ECO 112 - Intro to Investments
ECO 207 - Principles of Macroeconomics
ECO 208 - Principles of Microeconomics
ECO 212 - Economic Statistics
ECO 213 - Money and Banking
ECO 214 - Corporation Finance
ECO 215 - Economic Development of the U.S.
ECO 216 - Economics of the Developing World
ECO 218 - International Economic Systems: Abroad
ECO 220 - American Banking Practice
ECO 222 - Economic Geography of the World
ECO 230 - Intro to International Economics & Finance
ECO 280 - History of Economic Thought
FIN 110 - Personal Finance
FIN 111 - Introduction to Finance
FIN 112 - Introduction to Investments
FIN 213 - Money and Banking
FIN 214 - Corporation Finance
FIN 230 - Intro to International Eco & Finance
IGS 101 - Modern World Societies I
IGS 102 - Modern World Societies II

 

History/Political Science/Geography Department
AFR 140 - African-American History I*
AFR 141 - African-American History II*
AFR 143 - History of Contemporary Africa*
AFR 200 - History of the Black Woman*
AFR 203 - Afro-Caribbean World*
GEO 101 - People and Environment
GEO 103 - Human Geography
GEO 201 - Geography of Europe
GEO 202 - Geography of Long lsland
HIS 101 - History of Western Civilization through the 18th Century
HIS 102 - History of Western Civilization since the 18th Century
HIS 103 - History of the United States through the Civil War
HIS 104 - History of the United States since the Civil War
HIS 105 - The World, 1945-Present
HIS 106 - USA, 1945-Present
HIS 107 - Pictorial Approach to European History
HIS 108 - Honors History: Western Roots through the 18th Century
HIS 109 - Honors History: Western Roots since the 18th Century
HIS 110 - History of Contemporary Africa
HIS 124 - Women in the Western World
HIS 125 - Role of Women in American History
HIS 130 - Race and Ethnicity America
HIS 136 - History of Latinos in The U.S.
HIS 137 - Native Americans
HIS 140 - Nassau County - History/Government
HIS 150 - History of the American Labor Movement
HIS 161 - World History: Antiquity to 1500
HIS 162 - World History: 1500 to the Present
HIS 165 - Religion in World History
HIS 176 - African-American History I
HIS 177 - African-American History II
HIS 178 - History of The Black Woman
HIS 180 - Health, Disease & Western History
HIS 190 - History of Sports in America
HIS 205 - The Ancient World
HIS 206 - The Medieval World
HIS 207 - Renaissance and Reformation Europe
HIS 209 - Twentieth-Century Europe
HIS 210 - The Modern Middle East
HIS 212 - History of the Islamic World
HIS 219 - Colonial Latin America
HIS 220 - Modern Latin America
HIS 221 - Afro-Caribbean World
HIS 222 - Modern Mexico & Central America
HIS 228 - Modern China
HIS 230 - Modern Imperialism
HIS 232 - History of the Cold War
HIS 234 - History of Ireland
HIS 235 - Russia Since Peter the Great
HIS 236 - History of Israel
HIS 240 - Revolutions of the Modern World
HIS 250 - Era of the American Revolution
HIS 255 - The Civil War & Reconstruction
HIS 260 - Twentieth Century Genocide
HIS 270 - Racism in the Modern World
HIS 280 - Atlantic World
HIS 290 - Religion in American History
POL 101 - Gov't & Politics in the Modern World
POL 111 - Nassau County: History and Gov't*
POL 205 - Introduction to American Politics
POL 206 - State & Local Government
POL 208 - Introduction to Public Policy
POL 209 - The U.S. Presidency
POL 210 - The U.S. Congress
POL 260 - International Relations
POL 261 - Modern Political Ideologies

 

Psychology Department
EDU 206 - Educational Psychology
EDU 208 - Foundations of Education
EDU 235 - Psychology of the Exceptional Child
PSY 203 - General Psychology I
PSY 204 - General Psychology II: Research Methods
PSY 206 - Educational Psychology
PSY 207 - Industrial Psychology
PSY 212 - Adolescent Psychology
PSY 213 - Child Development
PSY 214 - Adult Development
PSY 215 - Abnormal Psychology
PSY 216 - Lifespan Human Development
PSY 219 - Psychology of Art
PSY 220 - Brain and Behavior
PSY 235 - Exceptional Child
PSY 240 - Human Adjustment
PSY 241 - Social Psychology

 

Sociology Department
AFR 185 - Afro-American Culture
AFR 186 - African American Family
ANT 203 - Physical Anthropology
ANT 204 - Cultural Anthropology
ANT 207 - From Chiefdoms to Kingdoms
SOC 201 - Intro to Sociology
SOC 202 - American Society                                          
SOC 207 - Sociology of Religion
SOC 209 - Race Class Ethnicity
SOC 210 - Criminology
SOC 212 - Social Problems
SOC 214 - Afro-American Culture
SOC 215 - Social Change
SOC 216 - Aging, Society & Culture
SOC 219 - African American Family
SOC 220 - Sociology of the Family
SOC 222 - Sociology of Gender
SOC 225 - Sociology of Health Care

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