Why study social sciences at Colorado State University?
Sociology at its core is the study of how a society is formed, how it grows and how people interact with each other. Colorado State University's social sciences analyze how our human interactions translate into major changes in our collective perception of politics, the environment and our relationships. Political science, communications, psychology, philosophy, sociology, social work, criminology, history and languages, literatures and cultures are a small sample size of the options you have at CSU.
- CSU's Institute for Research in Social Sciences works to join forces with fellow social science researchers, university, local and industry partners.
- Our languages, literature and culture staff is made up of educators from 20 countries.
- CSU's 300+ student-run media gives you career-level communications experience; they produce an award-winning newspaper, maintain a full-time radio station, create television programs and manage a quarterly magazine.
Find out more about your course options by selecting a course level.