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English and Social/Behavioral Sciences

Courses in the English, Social and Behavioral Sciences are designed to assist students toward a better understanding of the cultures and histories of people and institutions in a complex world that involves the dynamic patterns of social, political, economic and human factors. The problems we face can best be solved by examining them in a scientific manner within their proper historical context. The English, Social and Behavioral Sciences Division strives to bring the tools of scientific methodology to the study of people, past and present. Grossmont College offers most of the basic lower division courses in Anthropology, Cross-Cultural Studies, English, English as a Second Language (ESL), History, Philosophy, Political Economy, Psychology, Religious Studies, Social Science (inter-disciplinary), and Sociology. Many courses satisfy general education requirements at Grossmont and at four-year colleges and universities. In addition, the courses offered fulfill some or all lower division requirements for a variety of majors.

English, Social and Behavioral Sciences

Agustin Albarran, Dean, 7161
MaryAnn Landry,
Administrative Assistant III

American Collegiate English
Barbara Loveless
ext. 7293

Behavioral Sciences
Israel Cardona
ext. 7784

Cross-Cultural Studies
Dr. Sue Gonda
ext. 7875

Dr. Tate Hurvitz - Co-chair
ext. 7874

Dr. Cindi Harris - Co-chair
ext. 7502

English: Learning Skills
Alan Traylor
ext. 7507

English as a Second Language
Barabara Loveless
ext. 7563

Project Success
Sydney Brown
ext. 7523

Dr. Angela Feres
ext. 7473

Philosophy, Religious Studies
June Yang
ext. 7274

Political Economy: Economics, Political Science
Shahrokh Shahrokhi
ext. 7508

Last Updated: 02/20/2020
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