Division of Social Science
Program Overview
The Division of Social Science is committed to producing graduates who are able to successfully compete in graduate and professional schools and in a wide range of available occupations, including teaching, research, law enforcement, law, social work, policy planning, civil service, medicine, and international relations.

The Division's primary goal is to insure that its graduates are both liberally educated as well as pragmatically trained, empowered citizens capable of living, working and competing in a global, multi-cultural, and technological world. To accomplish this goal, the Division has as its major objective to produce culturally literate students who demonstrate competencies in their major fields, in written and oral communications, in quantitative and computer skills, and who are analytical. (Read More >>)

Social Work Weekend (B.S.W.) Program
The weekend social work program was established in 2008 to offer a degree in social work to students that have completed their basic general education program in liberal arts or have an accredited degree in a discipline other than social work. (Read More>>)

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Welcome to the Division of Social Science webpage, please feel free to
contact us for any questions.  

                          Division Chair,
                    A.J. Stovall, Ph.D.  
Division of Social Science
Rust College
150 Rust Avenue
Holly Springs, MS 38635
662-252-8000 ext. 4311/4307
662-252-.... (Fax)