Social scientists look at the way individuals interact with each other and the environment. Their laboratory is the world itself, and during Hiram’s bachelor’s degree in social sciences program, students learn to see the world in new ways, uncovering insights only observable to the trained eye.
By focusing on the areas of communication, economics, history, management, political science, psychology and sociology, students will learn the new techniques and knowledge needed in order to investigate the workings and development of society as it is today.
4-Year Undergraduate Degree
About the Program
Students social science degree coursework will explore the complexity of human behavior and the dynamics of societal change, enabling you to manage the bewildering prospects of living peacefully and comfortably in the modern world.
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- Public Administration
- Social Services
- News Media
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Ways to Get involved
The Office of Student Life offers several support functions, services, and opportunities for students of diverse backgrounds and to those interested in engaging in the backgrounds of others.