Division III (Social Science)
The Social Science Division offers majors in Economics, History, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology-Anthropology. Each major provides the theoretical and practical background for entry in many private and government enterprises. An interdisciplinary major is available in the Social Sciences.
Graduate study on the master’s level is offered in most undergraduate majors (M.A., M.S.), and the Ph.D. is offered in Clinical Psychology.
The United Nations Graduate Certificate Program and the M.A. in Urban Studies also present advanced students opportunities in the world's premier metropolitan area.
Economics studies how societies use their limited resources to pursue competing material goals. Learn more.
The Political Science Department’s central mission is to help students become informed citizens and effective professionals. Learn more.
In a department combining the disciplines of Sociology and Anthropology, the richness of human cultures and societies is our central subject of study. Learn more.
Latin American and Caribbean Studies
Latin American and Caribbean Studies provides students with a broad understanding of an important and diverse region of the world. Learn more.
History enables us to explore the accumulated experience of men and women through the ages. Learn more.
The Psychology Dept. offers education and training in understanding emotions and behavior at the undergraduate, master's and doctoral level. Learn more.
Urban Studies provides students with a behind-the-scenes look at urban administration, economics, government, history, management, planning and sociology. Learn more.
The United Nations Graduate Advanced Certificate program offers advanced training in the United Nations system and its specialized agencies. Learn more.