WEBSA encompasses six academic subject areas:
- Women and Gender Studies
- Ethnic Studies
- Behavioral Science (Psychology)
- Advancing Academic Achievement
- Public Health
Aims offers Women and Gender Studies and Ethnic Studies courses to students interested in enriching their knowledge of gender, gender identities and gender roles and how various ethnic groups form vital threads in the fabric of our past and present society. Psychology and Sociology courses delve into human behavior and interrelations, Advancing Academic Achievement courses are designed to support students in academic success, and the new Public Health associate degree merges psychology, natural sciences and communications to analyze and address community health and wellness.
You can learn more about each of these academic areas below.