History and Human Behavior


The curriculum in the History and Human Behavior pathway includes studies in social, racial, philosophical, cultural, and institutional factors impacting history and culture. Programs emphasize topics and skills in teaching and learning, society and culture, writing, and research.

Most careers in this pathway will require a bachelor's degree or other credentials, with programs designed for students intending to transfer. 

  • Program Award definitions can be found on the Types of Degrees and Certificates webpage. 
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Degree and Certificates 

Program TitleProgram AwardDivisionFinancial Aid Eligible
Anthropology A.A.-T DegreeSocial SciencesYes
Architectural HistorySkill CertificateIndustry & TechnologyNo
Art HistoryA.A.-T DegreeFine ArtsYes
Child & Adolescent DevelopmentA.A.-T DegreeConsumer & Family StudiesYes
Child DevelopmentA.S. DegreeConsumer & Family StudiesYes
Child Development - AssistantSkill CertificateConsumer & Family StudiesNo
Child Development - Associate TeacherSkill CertificateConsumer & Family StudiesNo
Child Development-TeacherCertificate of AchievementConsumer & Family StudiesYes
Communication StudiesA.A.-T DegreeLanguage & Communication StudiesYes
History A.A.-T DegreeSocial SciencesYes
Human Services (Social Work)A.S. DegreeSocial SciencesYes
Human Services (Social Work)Certificate of AchievementSocial SciencesYes
Interpreter (Spanish)Certificate of AchievementLanguage & Communication StudiesYes
LeadershipSkill CertificateStudent ServicesNo
Liberal Arts - Pathway to Social Behavioral ScienceA.A. DegreeStudent ServicesYes
PhilosophyA.A.-T DegreeSocial SciencesYes
Political ScienceA.A.-T DegreeSocial SciencesYes
PsychologyA.A.-T DegreeSocial SciencesYes
Social Justice Studies - Chicana/o StudiesA.A.-T DegreeSocial SciencesYes
Sociology A.A.-T DegreeSocial SciencesYes