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Social Science, Interdisciplinary

Pursue your own specialized and pre-professional interests with the flexible interdisciplinary program in social science at FSU Panama City. Coursework covering anthropology, economics, geography, history, political science, public administration, sociology, and urban and regional planning offers a broad background for understanding public affairs and an education for useful citizenship in the American democracy. Curriculum bridges economics, sociology, political science, geography, urban studies and other social science disciplines to develop skills and knowledge for problem identification, problem solving and policy analysis.



With the option to specialize in law and society, urban studies, public service, environmental studies, public policy and social entrepreneurship, the student-focused social science interdisciplinary program offers a broad understanding of multiple subjects to help you get where you want to go.

An interdisciplinary undergraduate degree in social science is versatile with many rewarding career options.

 Growing demand

The value of interdisciplinary research is growing with a 400% rise in interdisciplinary studies degrees earned between 1973 and 2005, according to the National Center of Educational Statistics.

 One degree; many options

The program offers valuable skills suitable for careers as a social studies teacher, legislative aid/analyst, research analyst, or city or county planning. 


Real-world experience

Internships, international study and service opportunities prepare you to work in a global economy and become an informed citizen in an increasingly interdependent world.

Get the most out of your education

Experience a more well-rounded education to pursue your career or personal goals. Add an academic minor or a certificate to your degree program, or discover new interests through a student organization. Scroll through the links to learn more.