In the Social Sciences at McMaster University you will have lots of options when it comes to choosing a program. With over 200 program combinations you can tailor your education to your personality. Stretch your academic experience with internship opportunities, optional college certificates and Study Abroad opportunities.
- Understanding Level 1 Social Sciences
- First Year Courses
- Mohawk College Affiliated Certificates
Despite all the emphasis in the news about the need for science, engineering and computer programming skills, the most important qualities employers are looking for include teamwork, problem-solving and the ability to research, plan and prioritize.
These are areas where McMaster Social Sciences graduates excel and are the qualities that have led our graduates to a number of exciting careers that you may have not considered before.
McMaster’s new home for the Social Sciences and Humanities is now open. With state-of-the-art technology, L.R. Wilson Hall will change the way learning and teaching happens in the liberal arts. Classes are currently taking place in the new building and research areas and other services are expected to move into their new home over the course of the year.
University is more than academics. It's also about exploring your different interests and passions though McMaster University's vibrant student life. With over 300 clubs on campus, outstanding athletics facilities and opportunities to get involved with student politics there is a club, team or organization to represent and cultivate every interest.