Your study in interdisciplinary social sciences integrates anthropology, history, sociology, and psychology. You will examine complex social and psychological concepts as they relate to historical and current issues. Use your knowledge to develop realistic solutions that can be put to practice during your internship and senior seminar project.
Your faculty advisor will work closely with you as you select your courses, choose your internship site and organize a program of study that is both personally interesting and professionally relevant.
An interdisciplinary degree in social sciences prepares you to:
- Integrate knowledge across subjects
- Develop awareness, acceptance and appreciation of diversity
- Communicate effectively with a variety of audiences
- Master a variety of research methods
- Promote policies and programs that enhance human welfare and affect change
With this degree, you’ll be ready for graduate school or a career in a variety of fields, including:
- Criminal justice
- Social work
- Public administration