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A Just World, Together

In the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, we study people and their connections with each other and the world.

Together, we advance interdisciplinary solutions to societal problems.

Skills to Last a Lifetime

In SBS, you gain versatile skills in demand by employers today, skills that will remain essential in the future! According to a 2023 survey by the American Association of Colleges and Universities, approximately 75% of employers consider the following core SBS skills "very important":

  • Oral and written communication
  • Critical thinking
  • Complex problem solving
  • Working with people from different backgrounds
  • Adaptability and flexibility
  • Working effectively in teams


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New School of Global Studies

The School of Global Studies examines pressing questions of the 21st century, with a focus on international, global, regional, gender, and ethnic issues. The school includes eight distinct yet interconnected programs: Gender & Women’s Studies, Global Studies, Human Rights Practice, Judaic Studies, Center for Latin American Studies, Center for Middle Eastern Studies, Middle Eastern & North African Studies, and the Southwest Center.


Fuel Wonder in SBS

Fuel Wonder is the University of Arizona's most ambitious fundraising campaign to date, with a goal of raising $3 billion. Learn how you can Fuel Wonder in the College of SBS by supporting experiential learning opportunities for students, graduate fellowships, and innovative research that advances the grand challenges of our time!

Fuel Wonder

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Our Strategic Plan

The College of Social and Behavioral Sciences is implementing a strategic plan, with goals that focus on transformation, innovation, and societal impact.

Our vision: A just world, together.

Read the strategic Plan

Student Spotlight

Lucy Verduzco recently graduated from the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences with a B.A. in Global Studies, Political Science, and French. Now Lucy is moving to Washington D.C. to work on policy with the Washington Office on Latin America.


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