Explore schools of thought, develop in-demand skills, and discover your path with Stevens' dynamic bachelor's degree in the social sciences.

With an outstanding faculty and a low student-to-faculty ratio, this interdisciplinary program allows students to study the political, sociological, and psychological impact of technology, engineering, and science upon society. Students can choose a specific track to focus their studies on within the social sciences, including psychology, sociology or political science.

Careers in Social Sciences and Humanities

Here are some examples of where recent social sciences, literature, and philosophy majors started their careers.

U.S. Senator Cory Booker’s Office, Office Assistant

AMC Networks, Legal & Business Affairs

Edward Jones, Operation Specialist

Albert Einstein College of Medicine , Specialty: Global Health

GeoMarvel, Full Stack Engineer

Thomas, Copy Editor & Writer

U.S. Army, Second Lieutenant

Carnegie Mellon, Cultural Studies & Critical Theory and Analysis

Chatting with Professors

John Horgan, science journalist and director of the Center for Science Writings, recently sat down with members of the Science Science faculty to learn more about their work, both in and out of the classroom.

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