The Center for Data & Society (D&S) is a faculty collaboration among the computer, mathematical, and social sciences. It includes disciplines ranging from math and computer science, through to international affairs and political science studies, plus newly emerging areas like cybersecurity and digital forensics. This interdisciplinarity captures today’s ever-evolving technological and global society. By helping students synthesize, analyze, and integrate “real-world” examples, the Center investigates how data and information can be best used to understand the communities in which we live.
Majors in the School of Undergraduate Studies
The Center for Data & Society also offers several minors that can be taken by students in any of the College's undergraduate programs. Click here to learn more.