Social And Behavioral Sciences
Are you interested in working with others and helping people? If so, the West Hills College Coalinga Social and Behavioral Science program may be a good fit for you!
Students studying in the WHCC Social and Behavioral Science program are prepared for the possible fields of criminology, business, economics, geography, psychology, history, sociology, political science, and related disciplines. Social and Behavioral Science students learn a variety of theories and perspectives, behavioral and sociological concepts, historical context with respect to particular times, places, events, and significant figures, production and distribution analysis, and American and comparative government.
Are you ready to start a career in the exciting field of social welfare? If so, apply today!
Students studying in the WHCC Social and Behavioral Science program are prepared for the possible fields of criminology, business, economics, geography, psychology, history, sociology, political science, and related disciplines. West Hills College Coalinga offers students both a Liberal Arts Area of Emphasis for Social and Behavioral Science Associate of Arts degree and a Social Work local certificate.
Liberal Arts-Social and Behavioral Science
- Associate of Arts
- Local Certificate
* This program option is not eligible for federal student aid funding. Students who pursue this program option may seek financial assistance from the California Promise Grant which can help pay for enrollment fees if eligible.
Careers You Could Have
You already know you have the seeds of success within you. West Hills can help you grow them into a rewarding career. Are you ready to take the next step?
- Behavioral Specialist
- Cultural Anthropologist
- Human Geographer
- Social Psychologist
- Research Methodologist
- Social Worker
- Human Resource Specialist
- Social Service Manager
About the School
West Hills College, Coalinga is a public, two-year college located in the city of Coalinga, California. Coalinga is centrally located, mid-way between Los Angeles and San Francisco. West Hills College ... Read More