SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES

Transforming Society

Equipping individuals and communities with perspectives and skills for local, national, and global transformation, in the Jesuit tradition of excellence, service, and the promotion of justice

Body

The Ateneo School of Social Sciences is the largest of the five Loyola Schools in terms of student population, faculty members, and the number of academic departments, academic programs, and research/outreach centers. 

Its student body constitutes about a third of the total undergraduate student population, and almost half of the total graduate student population of the university.
It has six academic departments, six academic programs, and eight centers with 30 graduate programs, 15 undergraduate programs, 14 minor programs, and several extramural Asian language courses. Delivering these undergraduate and graduate programs and courses are 122 full-time and 219 part-time faculty members. Seven out of ten full-time faculty members and one in every four part-time faculty members are PhD-degree holders. Moreover, one in five ranked faculty members are Full Professors or Professor Emeriti.

SOSS News & Features

Departments & Programs

Social Science Building
Chinese Studies
Magisterial Lecture taping at Hyundai Hall, Arete
Communication
LS classroom
Development Studies
Migratory egret on campus
Japanese Studies
Path between RL and SOH
Korean Studies
University Road
Political Science
Loyola Heights campus in the morning, December 2021
Sociology and Anthropology

Events

Workshop / Seminar / Short Course

Korean Studies Program: Online Extramural Language Courses for Summer Cycle 2022

Wed, 29 Jun 2022

Online

The Ateneo Korean Studies Program is happy to announce the...

Lecture

Frances Wadsworth Jones in Conversation with Nice Buenaventura

Tue, 28 Jun 2022

Online

Learn more about the creative practice of British jewellery designer...

Academic Conference

2nd Conference on Korean Studies in Maritime Southeast Asia

Tue, 28 Jun 2022

Online

In celebration of its 10th Founding Anniversary with the theme...

Lecture

Lecture 2: Humans and Environments in the mountains and by the Sea by Dr. Alfred F. Pawlik

Tue, 28 Jun 2022

Online

Lecture 2 of the Archaeological Site Discovery and Excavation webinar...

Workshop / Seminar / Short Course

Korean Studies Program: Online Extramural Language Courses for Summer Cycle 2022

Wed, 29 Jun 2022

Online

The Ateneo Korean Studies Program is happy to announce the...

Lecture

Frances Wadsworth Jones in Conversation with Nice Buenaventura

Tue, 28 Jun 2022

Online

Learn more about the creative practice of British jewellery designer...

Academic Conference

2nd Conference on Korean Studies in Maritime Southeast Asia

Tue, 28 Jun 2022

Online

In celebration of its 10th Founding Anniversary with the theme...

Lecture

Lecture 2: Humans and Environments in the mountains and by the Sea by Dr. Alfred F. Pawlik

Tue, 28 Jun 2022

Online

Lecture 2 of the Archaeological Site Discovery and Excavation webinar...

Launch / Opening

Muntadas in Conversation with Angel Velasco Shaw

Sat, 25 Jun 2022

Online

From November 2021 to March 2022, the AAG mounted the...

Workshop / Seminar / Short Course

Building Reader Resiliency: Why How We Read Matters

Sat, 25 Jun 2022

Online

Reading is the cornerstone of literacy but what many people...