The School of Social Science, Policy & Evaluation at Claremont Graduate University engages students in holistic, interdisciplinary scholarship to solve real-world problems and enhance society. SSSPE houses two scholastic divisions devoted to this mission: the Division of Behavioral & Organizational Sciences (DBOS) and the Division of Politics & Economics (DPE).
With firm training in method and theory, our psychology programming emphasizes basic and applied research that has societal relevance as well as social engagement and the potential to translate research into policy.
Since the late 1960s, the Division of Behavioral & Organizational Sciences has been a leader in the field of evaluation and applied research methods, providing graduate education geared toward evaluation in real-world policy and management settings.
Our Human Resource programming educates you to participate effectively in strategic and business decision-making processes concerning an organization’s most important assets: its human resources.
Ongoing scholarship in politics, government, and public policy is critical to maintaining prosperous global societies. Our programs prepare you for relevant research in academia as well as domestic or international careers in government, education, and the nonprofit sector.
The Department of Economic Sciences promotes practice-based scholarship that embraces the scientific method to better understand how people make decisions individually and in groups in order to improve societal outcomes.
International Studies programs explore the link between politics and national security, supported by exposure to international political economy, development, and the application of computational analysis in the international arena.
Claremont Graduate University is committed to supporting you in all areas of your graduate student experience. From degree planning within your department and writing assistance to tech support and disability services, academic support is available through a variety of campus resources covered by your student services and technology fees.
Assistant Director of Admissions
Psychology & Evaluation
Associate Director of Admissions and Recruitment
T: 909-607-3240 (Direct)
T: 909-607-7811 (Central Admissions)
Economics, Educational Evaluation, Human Resource Management, International Studies, Politics, Public Health, Public Policy & Evaluation