Rice University School of Social Sciences

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Rice School of Social Sciences is the smallest of the main divisions on the Rice University campus, but it serves the largest number of undergraduates, with over a third of Rice undergraduates choosing a major in the social sciences.[1] It is composed of seven departments: anthropology, economics, linguistics, political science, psychology, sociology, and sport management.

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Coordinates: 29°43′00″N 95°24′10″W / 29.7166°N 95.4027°W / 29.7166; -95.4027