The School of Economic, Political and Policy Sciences offers eight programs that examine the implications of innovation and change for individuals and communities in society: criminology, economics, geospatial science, public policy and political economy, political science, public affairs, social data analytics and research, and sociology.

Faculty and students in these programs are engaged in uncovering and understanding issues faced by our society — locally, nationally and globally — through high-quality coursework and research.

A degree from any of these programs prepares students for careers in government, non-profits and the private sector where they can make a real difference in the world of today and tomorrow.

Want to learn more? Browse each program's section of this website by clicking on your program of interest.

Want to hear what students are saying about these programs? Visit the Student Profiles page to learn about students in each program.