The Social & Decision Sciences Programs Prepare the Next Generation of Decision Makers
The Department of Social and Decision Sciences (SDS) is an interdisciplinary department that offers undergraduate programs that combine studies in the social sciences with the practical skills needed to excel in key decision making roles in the public and private sectors and in graduate studies.
Students learn how to combine intellectual ideals with the realities of human and organizational behavior and to apply these lessons across a wide variety of endeavors, ranging from government service to leadership positions in the information economy.
SDS offers an array of majors, including:
- BS in Behavioral Economics, Policy & Organizations
- BS in Decision Science
- BS in Policy & Management
The majors leverage SDS’s departmental core that includes courses in decision analysis, empirical research, organizations, and policy analysis.
SDS also offers two minors: Innovation, Entrepreneurship, & Economic Development and Policy & Management.
Where is the Class of 2018 now?Job and Salary Data for the C;ass of 2018