Our Unique Learning Experience

HUSS encourages students to ask difficult questions and to use their imagination to deal with theoretical and tangible world problems.

Our students study how people understand and document the human experience, the relationships between people and societies and the ways individuals and communities express themselves. Students acquire advanced research and writing skills and develop intercultural communication practices, ethical reasoning, and aesthetic appreciation. 

HUSS encourages students to ask difficult questions and to use their imagination to deal with theoretical and tangible world problems. Faculty are actively engaged in their own research which informs their teaching and often offers students authentic work experiences.

We are closely connected to the larger community; students often apply what they learn in class projects, service learning projects and community partnerships in both Egypt and the Global South. This gives HUSS students authentic work experience leading to career preparation and experience.