School of Social Sciences
Kean’s School of Social Sciences examines the breadth and complexity of modern life, promoting a rich and nuanced understanding of the world and contributing to growth and innovation.
The social sciences are interrelated disciplines tied to society, individuals and relationships. Using quantitative and qualitative data, the social sciences help students to investigate contemporary challenges and develop potential solutions. Social scientists move communities forward by probing tough questions and championing innovation. They are uniquely poised to tackle systemic problems and advance society.
In Kean’s School of Social Sciences, you learn to think critically and creatively. Hone your written and oral communication skills. Enhance your deductive reasoning and knowledge of the world.
The school is a vibrant community of dedicated scholars, students and researchers. Conduct original research and present your findings at Research Days, Kean’s annual celebration of student and faculty work.
A knowledge of the social sciences is applicable to a wide range of careers. Sociologists, economists and political scientists are in demand in the boardroom, classroom and beyond.
Undergraduate degrees in the School of Social Sciences include:
Undergraduate minors in the School of Social Sciences include:
**Due to COVID-19, our faculty and staff will be working remotely to minimize the density of people on all Kean campuses and reduce the potential health risk to our community until March 1, 2021.**
Students are encouraged to email their faculty advisor directly or contact Ms. Keisha Griffin at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
**Subject to change