UC Clermont

Social Sciences

The Social Sciences and Humanities Department at UC Clermont College offers a wide range of disciplines and programs. We have associate degree programs in psychology, education, history and social work.

The department also offers courses in communications, history, philosophy and sociology. In addition to the introductory and survey classes in these disciplines, students can also take a wide variety of specialized upper-division courses, which reflect the areas of expertise of our faculty, such as Philosophy and Religion, Human Sexuality, Sociology of the Family, and Trends in Communication Technology and Business.

The faculty of the Social Sciences and Humanities Department are experienced professionals with a dedication to teaching and the pursuit of scholarship: All full-time faculty members have terminal degrees in their fields, and most are published authors. They are recognized scholars and experts in their fields, active in a variety of academic and community organizations.

Department Mission Statement

The Social Sciences and Humanities Department leads students to explore the world based on responsible academic research regarding the workings of the human mind and culture in order to understand and critique a variety of viewpoints, develop effective skills for career success, and participate responsibly and positively in a complex and diverse society.  

Department Information

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Greg D. Loving

Professor, Clermont Philosophy

262A CC Snyder Addition

513-732-8974

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Lori Vine

Program Manager, English, Languages and Fine Arts; Social Sciences

(513) 732-5245