Want to teach students not only what happens but also why?
At Defiance College, integrated social studies majors are grounded in disciplines that value questions, investigations, and a desire to better understand the world and its people. They care about teaching students not only what happens but also why, whether in history as they dream into the past and investigate events the way others manipulate objects, in psychology as they study the human mind, or in the other disciplines.
Integrated social studies majors are prepared to teach history, political science, geography, psychology/sociology, and economics in grades 7-12.
Get ready to dig with students into the ever-present, ever-shifting past to uncover the future. Help them acquire an owner’s manual for the human mind, and an understanding of how the world works. Major in integrated social studies.
Live, eat, sleep, and breathe History
Believe in changing the world through political action
Need to understand the causes of terrorism, religious strife, and civil unrest
Feel they could do a better job formulating foreign policy than. . .
Think they could write a better campaign speech than. . .
Desire sensible legislation to solve society's problems
Clarissa Barnes, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Special Education,
Director of Hench Autism Studies Program
419-783-2355 | email@example.com
Donald H. Buerk, Ph.D., Associate Professor of History
419-783-2454 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Fred Coulter, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Education
419-783-2416 | email@example.com | Profile
Jeremy Taylor, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of History
419-783-2305 | firstname.lastname@example.org