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School of HESBS

School of Humanities, Education, Social and Behavioral Sciences

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The School of Humanities, Education, Social and Behavioral Sciences offers students an opportunity to study the histories, politics, geographies, belief systems, economics and cultures of communities and the complex social issues affecting them. Students gain the knowledge needed to offer solutions and to confront social and behavioral situations in fields like anthropology, early childhood education, history, philosophy, political science, psychology and sociology.

 

Here to Help You Succeed

Need help planning your academic career? Have questions or want to figure out if you have everything you need to graduate or transfer? The HESBS engagement center is here to help. Find resources, learn about your success team, and get help.

Your Success Team

Your engagement center's success team consists of counselors, educational advisors, peer mentors, faculty and support staff.

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Counseling

Schedule a 45 minute meeting with a counselor to have a longer conversation about your academic goals.

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Engagement Center Live

Get assistance without an appointment from your success team. You may be helped by a counselor, educational advisor or peer mentor. Sessions are limited to 15 minutes.

Monday: 9 am - 3 pm
Tuesday: 12 - 6 pm
Wednesday: 12 - 6 pm
Thursday: 9 am - 3 pm
Friday: College Closed

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Offered Degrees and Certificates

A Associate Degree    C Certificate    O Online Degree    

American Studies
A
Anthropology for Transfer
A
Early Childhood Education
C A
Early Childhood Education for Transfer
A
Early Childhood: Assistant Teacher
C
Early Childhood: Twelve Core Units
C
Early Childhood Intervention
C A
Early Childhood:
Infant & Toddler Specialization
C
Education Paraprofessional
C A
History for Transfer
A
Humanities, Philosophy & Arts
A
Philosophy for Transfer
A
Political Science for Transfer
A
Psychology for Transfer
A
Social & Behavioral Studies
A
Sociology for Transfer
A

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Academic Disciplines

Anthropology
Early Childhood Studies
Economics
Geography
Guidance/Counseling
History
Humanities
Philosophy
Political Science
Sociology

Contact Us

Dean of Communications and Liberal Arts

Anna Marie Amezquita
Administrative Assistant: Katherine Koh
Phone: (951) 571-6163
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Faculty Department Chair

Larisa Broyles, Ph.D.
Professor, Athropology
Phone: (951) 571-6133
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