People watching is fascinating to most people, but to you, it could be a profession. Your mind is constantly running to figure out how and why people do the things they do.
Human sciences focuses on just that. It observes humans from every perspective, which is helping to open a number of jobs. Careers in human sciences are growing faster than average. Dietician and nutritionist jobs are growing at a rate of 21%. Recreation jobs are growing at 14%, fitness trainers at 13%, and social workers at 19%*. And the list goes on. All of these careers are looking at promising and stable futures, but where will you fit in?
Differing from traditional sciences, the college of human sciences relies on social experiments and observations rather than mathematical calculations or chemical explosions. Scientists, regardless of field, are always asking why. Make research your new hobby and join the human sciences adventure.*Bureau of Labor Statistics
Boise State University offers 32 Human and Social Sciences degree programs. It's a very large, public, four-year university in a midsize city. In 2019, 885 Human and Social Sciences students graduated with students earning 640 Bachelor's degrees, 214 Master's degrees, 17 Certificates, 9 Associate's degrees, and 5 Doctoral degrees.
Northwest Nazarene University offers 33 Human and Social Sciences degree programs. It's a small, private not-for-profit, four-year university in a midsize suburb. In 2019, 144 Human and Social Sciences students graduated with students earning 90 Master's degrees, 53 Bachelor's degrees, and 1 Associate's degree.
|School||Average Tuition||Student Teacher Ratio||Enrolled Students|
|Boise State University Boise, ID||33 : 1||26,217|
|Northwest Nazarene University Nampa, ID||22 : 1||2,111|
|Boise Bible College Boise, ID||16 : 1||95|
|The College of Idaho Caldwell, ID||15 : 1||1,091|
|College of Western Idaho Nampa, ID||68 : 1||10,580|