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Bachelor’s Degree in Social Sciences

Take classes on campus or entirely online

Learn to see the world through a different light. This program can teach you to examine the ways people interact with each other and their environments to better understand the complexity of human behavior and the dynamics of societal change.

Coursework covers the disciplines of economics, history, management, political science, psychology and sociology to help you learn the skills you need to investigate the development and workings of modern society. As a student in this program, you can choose between concentrations in business communication or applied psychology.

This program is offered through both on-campus and online classes to appeal to students with different scheduling needs.

Career outlook

As a graduate of this program, you can be ready to work in various positions in areas including:

  • Public administration
  • Social services
  • Advertising
  • News media
  • Human resources
  • Marketing
  • Sales

Learn more about coursework here.

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Hiram College’s Lindsay-Crane Center Announces Second Annual High School Writing Contest
Hiram College’s Lindsay-Crane Center for Writing and Literature invites current 10th and 11th grade high school students to submit nonfiction essays to its second annual...
Big Read ‘Ethics, Immigration and Borders’ Panel Presentation at Hiram College this Friday
Hiram College’s Lindsay-Crane Center for Writing and Literature will present “Ethics, Immigration and Borders: A Panel Presentation” as part of the Big Read at 4...
Award-Winning Poet Eugene Gloria to Present at Hiram College on Oct. 19 as Part of Big Read
Award-winning poet Eugene Gloria will read his work and present on Monday, Oct. 19 at 7 p.m. in Hiram College’s Alumni Heritage Room at Teachout-Price...
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  • Jeff Swenson,
    Department Chair and Associate Professor
  • 330.569.5328
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