The School of Social Sciences and Languages (SSL) is home to exciting academic programs that empower students to understand and address the world's most pressing problems from a multi-disciplinary perspective. With a wide range of majors, minors, and certificate programs to choose from, the School of Social Sciences and Languages provides students with a unique skillset and worldview. Outside of the classroom, our students are active in a variety of campus organizations, internships, competitive teams, teaching opportunities, and study abroad programs. For this reason, students who graduate from a program in the School of Social Sciences and Languages prepare themselves for rewarding careers in public, private, and non-profit sectors, as well as in education.Contact Us to Learn More!
"The School of Social Sciences and Languages is home to excellent academic programs and faculty who are award-winning teachers and published experts in their fields. Not only will you take classes in your degree program with engaging instructors, but you will also develop important skills such as research, writing, and creative problem-solving. Outside the classroom, we offer a wide range of extracurricular activities such as the Modern Languages Club, Anthropology Club, Students for Political Action, as well as intercollegiate academic teams such as Mock Trial and Model United Nations. I invite you to reach out with any questions and arrange a campus visit to learn more about the programs and opportunities in the School of Social Sciences and Languages."
Dr. GREGORY STREICH, CHAIR, SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES AND LANGUAGES