About Behavioral Sciences

Students in the Department of Behavioral Sciences are transformed by academic experiences that integrate interdisciplinary knowledge about behavior, relationships, institutions, and organizations. The fields of study within our department are animal studies, clinical-behavioral neuroscience (clinical program coming Fall 2018), community health, criminology, pre-occupational therapy, psychology (applied and research tracks), and sociology.

Clinical-Behavioral Neuroscience
Applied Psychology
Research Psychology
Animal Studies
Community Health
Law & Society
Pre-Occupational Therapy
Scientific Analysis