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Finish what you started — on your terms.

The Bachelor of Arts in Integrated Social Sciences is designed for students with some college credits who are looking to complete their four-year degree in a supportive online environment. Studying the social sciences, you’ll understand how complex groups function, interact and change — in courses ranging from communication to economics to history to international studies. The program is a great option if you work full time or live outside the Seattle area. The fully online format gives you the flexibility to complete a majority of your coursework at the time and place that works best for you.

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Careers

Studying the social sciences prepares you for a wide variety of careers. The research, communication and critical thinking skills our students develop can be applied to any profession. And because the program uses online tools, you will be expanding your technical knowledge to meet the demands of the modern workplace. 

Career Paths

An integrated social sciences degree can lead to a career in fields including:

  • Public health 
  • Environmental science
  • Education 
  • Public policy 
  • Health care
  • Law
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Show employers what you’ve learned.

All students in our program graduate with a digital portfolio, which serves as a comprehensive representation of what they’ve learned. This project further develops students’ technical and analytical skills, and provides employers with a record of their academic accomplishments.

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Open doors to new career opportunities. Discover interests that enrich your life. 

Integrated Social Sciences Stories

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A Sergeant Works Toward a UW Degree—in Korea

The UW's Integrated Social Sciences degree program allows students to take courses anywhere--including active-duty military stationed abroad.