The Social Sciences Department of Emmanuel College offers the following degree programs:
The Criminal Justice program at Emmanuel College prepares students to enter the multifaceted field of law enforcement, corrections, probation/parole, and juvenile justice. The Criminal Justice program at Emmanuel takes both an academic and practical approach. The student will pursue the substantive investigation of criminal justice as well as participating in practical experiences such as labs and internships. The program is also interdisciplinary, drawing from studies in sociology, psychology, political science, and pre-law studies.
The study of history provides a framework within which the student can systematically investigate certain ideas, concepts, and trends which have characterized the collective experience and expression of mankind. This study can provide insights into our world and provoke thought for exploration. History helps provide a framework and an ordered sequence of events to aid the studentu2019s understanding of the past, present, future and Godu2019s works in history. History provides perspective and the accumulated experience of the past so essential to oneu2019s personal enrichment and personal balance.
History majors, as with English and Business, may also choose a concentration in Pre-Law.
The purpose of the Psychology program at Emmanuel College is to provide students with a broad-based knowledge of the history of psychology as a science, its current fund of information concerning bio-psychosocial process, the application of psychological principles to professional practice, and the experiential and theoretical integration of psychology and Christianity. Furthermore, those students completing the psychology degree will have the background to pursue graduate level programs in psychology, counseling, or social work.
Additionally, students can minor in Criminal Justice, History, or Psychology. Our History degree also has a Pre-Law concentration option.