Learning psychology, sociology, anthropology or any other “social science” will enable you have amazing insight into the human mind and condition. This education will serve you well in both the business and academic worlds. Hands-on research will be a major component of any social science, so be ready to do a good number of surveys. Learning to do complex research is a highly valuable skill in the business or academic world.

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  • When students read what the industry reads, you better understand the ACTUAL major
  • Magazines, Blogs and Newspapers in the industry provide a wealth of information 
  • Industry publications help you research the major in the way it’s used in the profession



From The Archaeological Institute of America. Visit
Psychology magazine that provides the latest research in human behavior and psychology and makes it applicable to people's lives. Browse online topic centers for tips on dealing with anxiety, parenting, personality, and relationships. Visit
Scientific American, the oldest continuously published magazine in the U.S. , has been bringing its readers unique insights about developments in science and technology for more than 150 years. Visit
Great website full of articles on sociology and other topics of human interest. Visit
Covers both the Old and New Testaments, and presents the latest discoveries and controversies in archaeology with photography, informative maps and diagrams. Visit
World renowned for its unparalleled coverage of nature history, science and the arts, Smithsonian Magazine explores lifestyles, cultures, people, technology, music and Americana for an inquisitive and educated readership. Visit
Australian publication with outstanding articles on human nature. PSYCHE is an official journal of the association for the scientific study of consciousness. Visit
Contexts , published by the American Sociological Association and edited by a team in the sociology department at the University of Minnesota Visit