Learn to approach problem-solving like an interdisciplinary social scientist. Go beyond seeing complex issues as purely technical problems.
Study the human side of complex issues. Apply methods of anthropologists, geographers, historians, political scientists, and sociologists. Earn an interdisciplinary degree: a Bachelor's of Science (BS) in Sustainability Science and Society or Social Sciences. Or a disciplinary degree: a BS in Anthropology or a Bachelor's of Arts in History. Regardless of the path you choose, our faculty will help you lay the foundation for a meaningful career.
"It is not what you want to be when you grow up; rather, what problems in the world do you hope to solve? Whatever goal you endeavor, be all in, and start today. Be open-minded and stay thirsty for knowledge. Try new things and passionately, but rationally, follow your dreams. Do not let inexperience or fear dictate your life. Build from every accomplishment and when you get to the finish line, find your next goal."