Why Social & Behavioral Sciences?

Nineteen faculty members from four academic disciplines provide nine different majors and concentrations.

The social and behavioral science disciplines of criminal justice, psychology, social work, history, geography and planning, political science, international studies, and interdisciplinary pre-law enable students to develop a critical and reflective understanding of the past and present human condition, together with an ability for informed speculation about the future.  Our students go on to graduate-level education and careers in a wide variety of settings and professions.

Please see the Programs of Study page for details on all our programs and feel free to contact us with questions or for additional information.