The SUSS Core courses form the foundational and common experience in applied humanities and social sciences for all SUSS undergraduates. They develop in students the skills to think critically and reflexively about the social world around them; help students connect with what is important in life and develop appropriate responses such as articulating their goals beyond the confines of their immediate surroundings.
The SUSS Core offers courses that take a cross-disciplinary perspective on emerging global issues and incorporate a practical component to integrate "teaching and learning" with "doing". These courses are organised into three clusters: to develop in students the skills to question, broaden, and co-create learning; support social innovation with community-oriented outputs; and achieve learning objectives through practical outcomes (e.g. websites, apps, infographics, poster presentations, awareness campaigns, or service learning projects) where student learning can continue beyond the SUSS Core.
To help our students learn more about the humanities and social sciences before taking these courses, the Centre for University Core has curated some useful online resources here.