Social Sciences Division

The interdisciplinary courses offered in the Social Sciences can prepare students for careers in all industries and service areas nationally and internationally. The Social Sciences include Sociology, Psychology History, Economics, Child Development, Cultural and Women's Studies, Anthropology, Political Science, Social Work and many other programs and certificated fields of study.

     Early Childhood Education Specialist

     Anthropology students interviewing and filming during an ethnography project at Fresno City College.


Anthropology, Archaeology & Economics

Child Development and Education

Cultural, Ethnic & Women's Studies

Criminology and Military Science

Food & Nutrition and Culinary Arts

History and Political Science

Liberal Arts

Psychology, Sociology, & Human Services


Anthropology Museum

Child Development Center

Child Development Training Consortium

Foster Kinship Care Education


Learn More About Us

Meet with a counselor.

Check which counselor you need to meet with:

  • Nickolas Lucio, Counselor for the following majors: Administration of Justice/Criminology, Child Development, Food & Nutrition, Food Service Management, Culinary Arts, Human Services: Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counseling, Human Services: pre-Social Work
  • Melissa Kent, Counselor for Elementary Teacher Education
  • La Hang or Michael Rodriguez, Counselors for all remaining Social Sciences majors: African American Studies, American Indian Studies, Anthropology, Chicano Latino Studies, Early Childhood Education, Education, History, Liberal Arts, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Women's Studies