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Social science is a branch of science which deals with the institutions and functioning of human society and with the interpersonal relationships of individuals as members of society. Social Science is concerned with the study of sociology, psychology, science, anthropology, economics, political science, human geography and history.

Social science subjects use a range of approaches to study society, including surveys, questionnaires, interviews and statistics. Graduates who are specialized in this field are known as Social Scientists, who suggest solutions to social, business, personal, governmental, and environmental problems. They study societies and the interactions of individuals within them. Social science plays an important role for the future of the society.


Specialty areas of Social Science

Business studies

Communication studies

Criminology

Demography

Development studies

Economics

Geography

History

Information science

Law

Library science

Media studies

Public administration

 

Courses and Eligibility

1. Student must pass higher secondary education or 10+2 with Arts subjects to get    admission into bachelor’s degree program.

2. Bachelor of Arts in Social Science.

3. Master of Arts in Social Science.

 

Employment

Graduates of Social Science are employed in government, non-profit, and private sector, research institutions, organizations involved in development programs. Graduates are involved in various dynamics such as providing managing assistance, helping in educational or healthcare programmers or providing assistance in welfare activities such as the protection of children and women. Social Science graduates work as political scientists, sociologists, anthropologists, archaeologists, geographers, and historians.

 
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