The general major in Social Sciences provides a comprehensive analytical perspective for understanding human social interaction and social dynamics. This is a very solid foundation for prospective graduate students in a variety of graduate and professional fields (Law, Urban Planning, Social Work, Public Health, Human Services Administration, Political Science, Public Policy, Sociology, etc.). Graduates entering the workforce with the undergraduate degree are prepared for a variety of administrative responsibilities in business and government. They may participate in managerial training programs in public or private agencies. They may serve as research assistants for scientific or marketing programs. Social Sciences majors are employed in a wide range of Human Services in such areas as education, social services, youth services, counseling, community development and labor relations. Students may also prepare for a variety of opportunities in international and diplomatic services.