Division of Behavioral Sciences
With the human being as your subject, a study in behavioral sciences provides endless fascination in ways unique from other curriculums. Whether your discipline is Criminal Justice, Social Work, or Psychology, you’ll receive a distinct understanding of the human psyche. Students are exposed to the best and worst sides of human behavior as well as the ethical dilemmas inherent to behavioral science careers. Each discipline requires an extensive internship experience where you’ll learn firsthand what it means to traffic in human drama, while studying the underlying social context that creates these conditions. A balance of practice and theory, a degree in behavioral sciences can be applied effectively in any career or further study and is a major draw for employers and recruiters.
Course Descriptions and Program Requirements
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