Faculty of Social Sciences
Our faculty has drawn together a diverse group of social scientists who are inspired and nurtured and committed not only to nurture students but to the development of the region and the world. It comprises seven departments which offer undergraduate, master’s and doctoral programs. With its 1000 or more students, 40 full time professors, and wide array of programmes and research centre (GRDC), the Faculty of Social Sciences plays a key role at the heart of the Greenwich University. The interdisciplinary general education courses offered through the department emphasize the cultivation of critical skills (in reading, writing and thinking) that provides students with a firm basis for success in their academic careers.
Whether you are a prospective student, a current student in need of advising, or a graduate or alumnus, explore our website to find what you are looking for. Offering a variety of degree and certificate options, our Department of Social Sciences includes two major departmental divisions such as:
Department of Humanities
Humanities is an interdisciplinary program, which promotes cross-cultural study of texts (written, oral and visual), traditions, and discourses. Humanities undergraduate and graduate students develop methods of bringing the various courses, such as Literature, Language, International Relations, Education into an integrative view of the world’s cultural diversity.
Department of Mass Communication & Media Studies
In the news-rich world of the twenty-first century media, wars are won and lost on television; celebrities seem more familiar to us than our neighbours. The global economy is increasingly based on the exchange of information, and communities and identities mirror popular cultures from sport to popular music.