Social Sciences

Pitt-Johnstown Social Sciences Division

Students choosing to major in the Social Sciences Division at Pitt-Johnstown develop a well-rounded understanding of both current and historical issues in our society through a combination of classroom instruction and out-of-class, real-world experiences.

Pitt-Johnstown Social Sciences

All degree programs in the social sciences require completion of a core of introductory courses across all fields, many of which offer international and applied perspectives.

Academic majors include: environmental studies, geography, history, interdisciplinary, international studies, justice administration and criminology, political science, pre-law, and sociology.

All students are encouraged to consider appropriate internship and study abroad opportunities. 

The division’s alumni enjoy successful careers in a variety of fields, including government, law and law enforcement, human services, forestry and conservation, behavioral health and healthcare, and research. In addition to holding high-level positions in Fortune 500 companies, division graduates have also gone on to become successful entrepreneurs.

Social Sciences Division Office
101 Krebs Hall
Fax: 814-269-7255

Hours: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday - Friday

Raymond B. Wrabley, PhD, Division Chair
Andrea Leibfreid, Administrative Assistant
Sharon Wilson, Administrative Assistant

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