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Integrated Social Sciences Division (ISSD)

The Integrated Social Sciences Division (ISSD) provides a multidisciplinary approach to understanding and applying the social sciences in the contemporary society. ISSD students will explore the interactions among the civil society, finance, public policy, development, and technology. The program is well-suited for students who wish to acquire a well-balanced, multidisciplinary perspective, which blends the practical and theoretical frameworks necessary for becoming tomorrow’s leaders of society. ISSD's faculty members are drawn from diverse disciplines, including philosophy, politics, economics, sociology, theology, law, statistics, mathematics, quantitative analysis, material science, engineering, biochemistry, biology, environmental engineering, information & industrial engineering, social welfare, public health and public policy.

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The Sustainable Development and Cooperation (SDC) major aims to equip students to pursue a future in international development, which encompasses a broad range of development issues such as, poverty reduction, inequality, human rights, health, education, economic growth, and environmental preservation. Students will acquire theoretical and conceptual skills that enable them to address a wide variety of development issues from the perspectives of diverse academic disciplines including economics, politics, anthropology, and history. Students will also develop practical field experience as a development practitioner and play an informed role in the struggle for the improvement of human life.

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