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The School of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences

Tech-Powered Artistry and Scholarship

By offering a 21st-century education powered by technology, the School of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences at Stevens Institute of Technology prepares students to lead and succeed in a rapidly transforming world.

We leverage tech-infused creativity to enhance human progress and make a positive impact on society. We understand how technology can bring us closer together, move us forward and break new ground. We engage in forward-thinking research and explore areas between traditional disciplines.

Our tech-infused curricula give our students and alumni an edge in a competitive job market — where employers demand graduates who combine technical skills with the ability to think critically, creatively and compassionately.

At the School of Humanities, Art and Social Sciences, we aspire to change the world for the better and inspire everyone — the musicians and artists, the engineers and technologists, the entrepreneurs and scientists — to do the same.

Choose Your Major

At the School of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (HASS), classes in the arts, humanities, and social sciences challenge you to think critically and proceed ethically. Pursuing a tech-powered undergraduate degree at HASS prepares you to adapt and thrive in our ever-changing world.

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Pursue a Minor

Expand your interests through an academic minor in the School of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences. By strategically planning required courses in the humanities and social sciences, all undergraduates at Stevens can fully earn or partially fulfill the credits needed for these 13 minors.

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Earn a Graduate Certificate

Further your career by earning a graduate certificate in the emerging discipline of computational social science. Impress employers by learning to collect, analyze and critique data.