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Academic catalog

Browse the curriculum, course descriptions and requirements for the Behavioral Sciences program in our academic catalog.

Explore social behaviors

Earn your behavioral sciences degree and gain a solid foundation in a variety of topics to prepare for the future. As a student in this program, you will study concepts, theories and methodologies of the disciplines that comprise social and behavioral sciences. You will also study scientific literacy, quantitative reasoning and global human rights.

Don't stop here. Continue your education and earn your bachelor's degree to land the career you desire.

What you'll learn in the behavioral sciences program

  • Global human rights and personality theory
  • Diplomacy and conflict resolution
  • Public policy and human behavior

Career opportunities

Prepare for a successful career in a variety of fields with a degree in behavioral sciences.

Earning your associate's degree in behavioral sciences is your first step to landing a successful career.

After your associates, take your career to the next level and earn your bachelor's degree. Choose from a variety of majors, including:

Estimated tuition

Full-time tuition for a traditional day undergraduate student is estimated to cost $35,960 annually.

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