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What Are Public Affairs & Social Sciences?
Social sciences address a range of human issues. They explore the structure and impact of groups. Social and behavioral scientists examine phenomena from social, cultural, political, technological and biological perspectives. Public Affairs covers a variety of areas including government, corporate responsibility, and information and communications management. In its broadest sense it describes the relationship of organizations with their stakeholders.
Social sciences and public affairs encompass the following fields of study:
Who Should Study Public Affairs & Social Sciences?
If you plan on studying one of these subjects, you may ideally answer “yes” to the following questions:
Types of Social Science and Public Affairs Careers
There are many fields of study within public affairs & social sciences, so there are many career paths from which to choose. Those holding social and behavioral science degrees may find work in:
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The Institute for Clinical Social Work is pleased to offer its acclaimed, accredited Clinical Ph.D. program in a distance learning format.
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Management degrees with emphasis in international development allowing the graduate to work in worldwide locations to improve living standards in physical, mental, social and spiritual components.