What sets MSU apart in social and cultural studies is a focus on inclusivity and equity, numerous service-learning and community engagement opportunities, and a unique path for each student’s social and cultural interests. Spartan graduates are human-focused leaders and collaborators prepared to take what they’ve learned in the classroom and make a true, positive difference in the world.
Students interested in social and cultural studies may choose majors in politics, history, psychology, languages and cultures, religion, gender studies and more. For those also interested in social justice, MSU offers many programs to become informed, active and dynamic problem solvers. Regardless of your chosen path, MSU’s course work emphasizes field experience through experiential learning opportunities. Spartans graduate as global citizens, working in settings like schools and universities, governments, health systems, nonprofits, media organizations, law firms, cultural organizations and more.