School of Social Science, Nashik


Social science is a branch of academic study concerned with society and the relationships among individuals within the society. It has many sub-disciplines including but not limited to economics, political science, geography, demography, management, psychology, sociology, anthropology, archaeology, jurisprudence, history, and linguistics. Each of these is considered as a social science.
Social Sciences colleges Maharashtra and elsewhere, aim to not only create awareness about rising problems in the society but also provide solutions.
Sandip University School of Social Science in Maharashtra has emerged as one of the top Social Science Colleges in Maharashtra by way of adding new dimensions in the areas of Social Sciences and Humanities disciplines and consolidating the learning process further at the University.
At Sandip University, a Top leading Social Sciences Degrees colleges in Maharashtra, you get options of various social science courses and BA & MA courses in Maharashtra, study in magnificent world-class campus under the guidance of highly accomplished faculties. Sandip University School Of Social Science brings you an in-depth, interactive and experiential learning.


Inculcating the significance of diversity and interdependence of the world, adapting according to the environment, recognise the challenges and benefits of living in a world with multiple cultures and ideologies
Help to integrate ideas from different disciplines to develop reasoned decisions, combine related concepts and ideas to identify problems affecting society

Career Prospects

Many social science careers are financially rewarding and personally fulfilling as well. Mentioned below are some of the highest paying social science careers to find the perfect path for you.
Economists work in the fields of public finances, labour economics, industrial economics, financial economics, international economics, macroeconomics and microeconomics.
Political scientists work on every aspect of politics. They study, research, develop theories, collect and analyse data (like the statistics behind election results and surveys) and predict patterns and trends of politics on economic and social backgrounds. They also evaluate new and current ideologies, policies, laws and current events.
They work within the government and political parties. Employments are also available with labour organisations, think tanks, academic institutions and nonprofit organisations.

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