The Department of Behavioral and Social Sciences (BSS) is a multidisciplinary academic department dedicated to understanding and improving the health behaviors and social contexts that most strongly impact population health and well-being. Our work has a particular emphasis on marginalized and vulnerable populations, both domestically and globally.

  • 4.25

    Median years to graduate
  • 1.8:1

    Student-Faculty ratio
  • 50%

    student funding from external grants for ScM students