Welcome to the Division of History and Social Sciences!
Through the History and Social Sciences Division at Enterprise State, students complete courses in psychology, sociology, philosophy, religion, criminal justice, childhood development, and more. Master Student classes also fall under this division.
Courses in this division are designed to help freshmen adjust to college life, to make the most of their education experience, and to succeed as a college student.
CONSTITUTION AND CITIZENSHIP WEEK
September 12-16, 2022
Constitution and Citizenship Week is an annual celebration led by ESCC’s History and Social Science Division. This year, this celebration will be held September 18-22, 2022, following Constitution Day on September 17. The main event will be a special reading of the Constitution by ESCC faculty/staff and students on Monday, Sept. 18. Other events/activities are available across both ESCC and AAC’s campuses, including a display table set up in ESCC’s Student Center Lobby and AAC’s ATTC Lobby providing information about the United States Constitution as well as several online learning experiences.
A look at the text and meaning of the United States Constitution.
The Annenberg Guide to the United States Constitution is an interactive guide to the U.S. Constitution that provides the original text and an explanation of the meaning of each article and amendment.
Watch a video of the making of the United State Constitution.
A More Perfect Union: George Washington and the Making of the Constitution explores the many challenges facing the new nation and describes how our founding fathers, led by George Washington, created the United States Constitution. Born of compromise, this founding document laid the foundation for our more perfect union.