Society and Culture

Society and culture category includes courses in Political science and policy studies, Studies in human society, Human welfare studies and services, Behavioral Science, Law, Justice and Law Enforcement, Librarianship, information management and curatorial studies, Language and literature, Philosophy and religious studies, Economics and econometrics, and Sport and recreation. Society and culture graduates' careers are very diverse they can work as a curator, creative director, producer, translator, journalist, community development manager, or cultural heritage conservationist. Moreover, Society and culture students must have communication skills, creativity, and design thinking.

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