A B.S. in Social Science will educate students about economics, political science, psychology, history, and sociology. Students in the social science program will examine and study human society, cultural practices, economic motivations, and human behavior.
Students will build strong analytical, research, and critical thinking skills that will prepare them for a successful career.
While teaching might be the obvious career you’d associate with a social science degree, the opportunities are much broader than that. Studying social science serves as a great foundation for jobs in:
- Scientific Research and Development Services
- Management, Scientific, and Technical Consulting Services
- Social Advocacy Organizations