Dean Cheryl Wilson, Ph.D.
Thank you for your interest in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at Stevenson University where our motto is: Complex Problems. Diverse Perspectives. Creative Solutions.
Our students major in Criminal Justice, English Language and Literature, Human Services, Psychology, Public History, and Theatre and Media Performance. We also house Stevenson’s unique Interdisciplinary Studies major, which allows students to combine their strengths and interests into a flexible, customized program of study.
Students in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences participate in integrated learning within their chosen major while also receiving academic and career preparation through a range of experiential learning opportunities. They put theory into practice as they pursue their passions, gaining the knowledge, skills, and abilities to identify problems, ask brave questions, and formulate solutions. Alongside their traditional coursework, our students partner with faculty on research studies, undertake field placements and internships, produce a digital arts and culture magazine, and perform in Stevenson’s theatre productions. They leave Stevenson as creative and critical thinkers, prepared for a wide range of careers as social organizers, teachers, writers, entrepreneurial theatre artists, and counselors, among many others.
The School of Humanities and Social Sciences is an energetic, innovative community comprised of dedicated faculty and engaged students. I invite you to learn more about the excellent programs and exciting opportunities in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at Stevenson University.
Cheryl A. Wilson, Ph.D.
Dean, School of Humanities and Social Sciences
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