Social Sciences Concentration – General Studies BLS
The social sciences concentration within the General Studies major covers a variety of fundamental concepts, from analysis of arguments to the examination of the inner workings of the mind.
The concentration is tailored to the student’s specific interests, using six major courses in economics, political science and psychology. This program at Saint Joseph’s University is best suited for those who seek to gain a broader knowledge of all aspects of society including human behavior, relationships among different groups of people and past events and achievements.
Over 86% of Saint Joseph’s University Professional and Liberal Studies and Haub Degree Completion Graduates were employed full-time at the date of graduation. Whereas, 3% of the Professional and Liberal Studies class of 2017 have chosen to further their education by attending graduate school on a full-time basis while 6% have decided to delay their job search.