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Social Science Department

Dr. Daniel Berenberg
Daley College's Social Science Department offer quality instruction from faculty with experience in the fields of Economics, Political Science, History, Sociology, Psychology, African-American Studies and Latino Studies.  We also offer a diverse and globally aware curriculum with technology based instruction, small class sizes, and wide opportunities for success.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​



Faculty & Staff

Faculty Member​ ​Field ​Email ​Room
Armstead-Hannah, WInifred​ ​Psychology ​​ ​​3108
​Berenberg, Dr. Daniel (Chair) ​History ​ ​3109
​Robinson, Tabatha ​Political Science ​​ ​3111
​Shechter, Dr. Benli ​Political Science and Social Science ​ ​3118
Juanita Jackson,     

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Social Science Mission Statement       


The department will predispose students to learn, describe, analyze and predict human behavior from various social science perspectives: anthropology, economics, geography, history, political science, psychology, and sociology.                                

Aligned with Daley College core competencies the Art, Humanities, Social Science, and Foreign Language department helps develop our student success through  the following:                               

-Communicate effectively through research in each field of study, which helps students become aware of both historical and current content.                                

-Think creatively, analytically, and critically in each field of study and often share common grounds for exploration into other fields.                                

-Appreciate diversity (Global/Cultural Awareness)-within our departmental courses students are exposed to both to historical and current customs.  Students are encouraged to participate both within the academic environment but also expand into the cultural array within their community and city.                                

Quantitatively reason is exposed in within each field of study.  Within the visual arts basic mathematical content is presented through measuring and geometric imagery.                                

Effectively use technology -our courses often expose and help students develop computer skills needed in transferable four year institutions and workforce.                                

Value ethics-students become aware of the importance of ethics and decision making throughout the department but especially within the Humanities and Philosophy fields. ​      

Contact Information

7500 S. Pulaski Rd
Room 3213
Chicago, IL 60652
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Monday - Friday
9:00 am - 5:00 pm

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