BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT
How We Stand Out
- Accessible Faculty – a low student-to-faculty ratio allows students to interact frequently with faculty as they receive advising and pursue their academic career.
- Preparation for the Future – Our programs are designed to provide all students with what they need to enter the workforce or pursue further education.
- Solid Research Experience – Classes in research methods equip students to learn and conduct research, an essential skill for those who will seek admission to graduate programs.
- Christian Worldview – An added Christian dimension integrates theology with psychology and sociology in the classroom. Many students choose majors in Sociology, Psychology or Human Services to prepare for work in a ministry environment. We also have many who double major with Christian Studies.
Opportunities for Students
- Pi Gamma Mu – Juniors or seniors can join this international honor society for the social sciences.
- Cross-Cultural Learning – Students have opportunity to earn class credit through faculty-led cross-cultural travel experiences.
- Professional Conferences – Faculty offer students opportunities to attend professional conferences which often include student presentations.
Preparing Students for Future Success
- Prepared for Continued Study - Many Sociology and Psychology majors continue to pursue graduate degrees, and our programs are designed to equip graduates to excel as they do. Graduates most often pursue a masters in counseling, social work, psychology, or sociology. Many also pursue one of a variety of seminary degrees.
- Prepared for the Workforce – Most Human Services majors enter the workforce after graduation, although if they choose to take fundamental research courses, they can also successfully pursue graduate work.
- Variety of Job Opportunities – Majors in Psychology, Sociology or Human Services prepare graduates for many job markets, including government service, case management, social services, protective services, and Christian ministry.
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