As a UCI Social Sciences graduate student, you will have the opportunity to pursue an advanced education in the following areas:
- Anthropology, Ph.D.
- Economics, Ph.D.
- Philosophy, Ph.D. (Logic and Philosophy of Science)
- Political Science, Ph.D.
- Psychology, Ph.D. (Cognitive Sciences)
- Social Science, Ph.D.
- Sociology, Ph.D.
The interdisciplinary nature of the social sciences allows many of our graduate programs to collaborate with one another on certain topics, providing students a unique perspective on a variety of issues.
Working alongside internationally renowned faculty - 10 of whom belong to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the National Academy of Science, you will have the opportunity to be involved in groundbreaking research.
Teaching assistantships and graduate fellowships are available to graduate students through an application-based process, so be sure to check out our links to various sources of financial aid and funding opportunities.
We invite you to further explore our site to learn more about graduate education opportunities in the Social Sciences at UCI, and we look forward to seeing you on campus.