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social sciences, speech, and foreign language 

Contact: Robert Woodall, Director
PA 145  Phone extension 2236
email woodallr@nacc.edu

 

The Division of Social Sciences, Speech, and Foreign Languages offers a wide variety of courses in a number of subject areas.   Staffed by eight full-time instructors, two special contract faculty, and over twenty adjunct instructors, the division's semester schedule includes courses in three of the five areas of the curriculum.

In Area II of the core curriculum, the division offers two years of a foreign language (Spanish), three religion classes (Survey of Old Testament, Survey of New Testament, and World Religions), one philosophy class (Ethics and Society), and one speech class (Fundamentals of Public Speaking).  Area IV classes offered by the division include Western Civilization I and II, U. S. History I and II, American National Government, World Geography, General Psychology, Human Growth and Development, Introductory Sociology, and Social Problems.  Among the Area V or pre-professional or major courses offered by the division are thirteen Criminal Justice courses, State and Local Government, an Interdisciplinary Studies class, and a Humanities Forum.

The division's eight full-time instructors serve as advisors to students in a variety of majors.  Additionally, several of the division's full-time instructors serve as advisors to students who have not yet declared a specific major.

Faculty members:

Deanna Adams-Hughes
Dr. Melinda Adkins
Dr. Bill Berry
Brent Colvard
Jim Davidson
David Davis
Billy Day
Starla Finch
Steven Gambrell
Keri Hamrick
Jessica Sparks Howell
Bradley Koger
Dr. R. Pat McFadden
M. M. McKinnon
Franklin Posey
Traci Miller-Williams
Linda Millican
Don Reeves
Brent Satterfield
Rhonda Ware
Heather Whitmire
Blake Wilhelm
Robert Woodall
Loretta Wright

For course descriptions and program requirements: Catalog
For program requirements: Degree Sheets
For course syllabi: Syllabi

Subjects taught or advised in the Division of Social Sciences, Speech, and Foreign Languages:

CRIMINAL JUSTICE
GEOGRAPHY
HISTORY
HUMANITIES
INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES
PHILOSOPHY
POLITICAL SCIENCE
PSYCHOLOGY 
RELIGION
SECONDARY EDUCATION--HISTORY
SECONDARY EDUCATION-- SOCIAL SCIENCES
SOCIOLOGY
SPANISH 
SPANISH EDUCATION
SPEECH
SPEECH PATHOLOGY