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Science Communication Bachelor's Degree

Program Details


Bachelor of Arts


On campus


Office of Undegraduate

Analyze data, conduct interviews, report stories and deliver presentations, all to communicate the complexities of society.

Tech-Powered Curriculum

In the bachelor's degree in science communication, students employ technology to convey the latest advancements within science, technology, and media to experts and non-experts alike. Classroom debates consider how all forms of communication—newspapers, radio, television, blogs, and social media—shape thought leadership within the public, private, and non-profit sectors.

Frame the 21st century's most pressing questions within the history and sociology of science, technology, and engineering. Students pursue their passions for inquiry as they develop the next-generation thinking needed to excel in the careers of tomorrow.

Plan to work with John Horgan, a leading science journalist and director of the Center for Science Writings. As a writer for Scientific American, the BBC, and other major media outlets, Horgan has built relationships with science, technology, and engineering's greatest thought leaders, many of whom visit Stevens to deliver talks and answer students' questions.

See the details and requirements of the science communication bachelor’s degree in Stevens' academic catalog.

In-Demand Courses

  • Science and Media

  • Visualizing Society

  • Environmental Communication

  • Internet Protocols and Politics

  • Environmental Policy

  • Medical Anthropology

  • Global Public Health

  • Research Design and Methods

  • Seminar in Science Writing

  • and More!

Meet the Faculty