Poli-sci alum Tillie McInnis will discuss the struggles of the middle class at a lecture series on Sunday, September 27.
Economics professor Peter Philips explains how local authorities can make their cities more "recession proof".
Family and consumer studies professor Jessie Fan provides insight into the thinking behind buying versus leasing.
According to a new survey from sociology professor Douglas Jackson-Smith, Utah residents may need to revisit their efforts on water conservation.
The College of Social and Behavioral Science serves over 25% of the University of Utah's Students. The college currently offers 40 degrees.
- 12 Undergraduate Degrees
- 15 Master's Degrees
- 5 Ph.D. Degrees
- 8 Specialized Certificates
CSBS accounts for five of the Top 10 Majors including economics, human development and family studies, political science, psychology and sociology.