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College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences

What We Do

When you choose the College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences, you are choosing endless opportunities to build the skills that employers value, such as communication, problem-solving and critical thinking. The majors, minors and certificates we offer connect classroom learning to future employment by integrating real-world experiences and perspectives. Our faculty are dedicated to providing quality education and research, committing themselves to bettering our students and our world. With our education, you get a flexible program to meet your specific interests, providing an opportunity to make your Jackrabbit story as unique as you are.  

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18:1 Student to Faculty Ratio, 5 Schools, 6 Departments.

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Concert Band Concert

Oscar Larson Performing Arts Center
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Wynn to hold senior exhibit

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First Dakota National Bank eTrading Education Lab offers experience employers are looking for

SDSU prides itself on offering students a variety of experiential opportunities. One of those opportunities has been giving students the experience employers are searching for. The Ness School of Management and Economics is home to the First Dakota National Bank eTrading Education Lab.

Precision Ag project brings interdisciplinary collaboration between South Dakota and Vermont

South Dakota State University is well known for its leadership in agricultural research and innovation. This work often depends on active collaboration with researchers in other fields.

School of American and Global Studies hitting the ground running since 2019 launch

The School of American and Global Studies celebrated its first year in July 2020. Launched in 2019, the school had only been together six months before COVID-19 hit.