The Bachelor of Science in Computational Social Science at University College Dublin is a four-year interdisciplinary program that combines the principles of computer science and data analysis with social science to study the complexities of human behavior. This innovative program features a dynamic curriculum that covers topics such as network analysis, machine learning, and statistical modeling. Students will gain hands-on experience through laboratory-based courses and research projects, using cutting-edge tools and techniques to explore questions related to individual decision-making or collective action. Graduates of this program will be well equipped for careers in industry, academia, or research, with the skills and knowledge needed to develop computational solutions for social problems. As an emerging field with a strong demand for professionals, graduates of this program are uniquely positioned to make meaningful contributions towards improving our understanding of human behavior while also empowering individuals, organizations, and society as a whole.