The Behavioral & Social Sciences Department provides students with opportunities to
advance their intellectual development by helping them gain an understanding of human
behavior, societies, historical evolution and political systems. This is accomplished
through course offerings in psychology, sociology, philosophy, political science,
geography, anthropology and religion. The educational experience for students is augmented
by various student clubs, special topics courses, and a variety of specialized student
advising tracks in psychology.
Please click on document link for a list of Psychology specializations and requirements.
Gainful Employment Information
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