Bachelor of Arts in Behavioral Science

The Behavioral Science major provides you with the opportunity to develop a broad focus, studying the modern behavioral sciences of anthropology, psychology, and sociology.  You will learn and develop the skills necessary to be proficient in the study, research, assessment and evaluation of human behavior from the perspective of all three fields.  Unique to our program is the inclusion of a Christian perspective of theology as a behavioral science.

Students are encouraged to pursue a complimentary minor or double major within the behavioral sciences.  Available internships connect classroom learning with real-world experience.

Why CBU?

Behavioral Science at CBU is unique.  Caring faculty provide a rigorous study of the human experience from a distinctly Christian worldview.  You will be equipped with skills necessary for careers or graduate study in a global world:  research, writing, critical thinking and oral communication.

Career Opportunities

1.   Psychology:  counseling, mental health work
2.  Sociology:  social work, case management, social policy development, non-profit work
3.  Anthropology:  research, cross-cultural liaison, international business, urban planning

Links

1.   American Anthropological Association:  www.americananthro.org
2.  American Sociological Association:  www.asanet.org   
3.  American Psychological Association:  www.apa.org

Behavioral Science Major (56 units) BA

  • Student Learning Outcomes
    • Content Knowledge and Theories consistent with the standards of APA, AAA, and ASA
      • Explain the major historical theories of psychology, anthropology, sociology and their influence on developing theories, the individual and society
      • Understand and critique methods of critical analysis/research and articulate their influence on the field of psychology, anthropology, and sociology for an understanding of human behavior
      • Verbalize and analyze the terminology of psychology, anthropology, sociology and theology
    • Critical thinking skills, analysis and synthesis of the research literature across the behavioral sciences including psychology, anthropology, and sociology
      • Use and apply psychology, anthropology, and sociology concepts to explain personal experiences and recognize the limitations of personal experience in understanding empirical phenomenon
      • Differentiate the behavioral science theoretical foundations from pseudoscience/anecdote as well as develop an understanding of cultural perspectives
      • Contrast and compare Western Culture and the Judeo-Christian worldview
      • Use quantitative and/or qualitative analyses to argue for or against a particular hypotheses within specific contexts (research, professional practice and daily living)
    • Communication: speaking and writing skills; technology literacy and research skills consistent with the standards of APA, AAA, and ASA
      • Conduct and write a review that summarizes part of the anthropology, psychology, and sociology literature, applying fundamental strategies such as a thesis focus, an informative middle and an effective conclusion resulting from effective drafting, revising, and editing
      • Use and define terms and concepts of the discipline and applying them appropriately, showing a strong & direct link between concepts and assigned reading
      • Deliver effective oral presentations in a variety of communication settings, using standard diction of American English in a professional manner including dress and demeanor
      • Lead and participate effectively in group discussions, applying active listening skills and a respect for diverse views in interpersonal settings
      • Select the most appropriate sources and databases for accessing and obtaining the needed information. Examines and compares information from various sources in order to ascertain the reliability, validity, accuracy, authority, timeliness, and point of view or bias of a given source
    • Integrity/values: academic integrity, discipline specific ethical issues; an understanding of ethics; respect for social diversity
    • Project management: team work skills; informed participation in multiple levels of community applying academic studies to the workplace and professional environments

Lower Division Requirements

PSY213 General Psychology

This introductory course is a survey of the processes of adjustment, growth, learning, remembering, perception, sensation, socialization, and emotions. It is meant to better equip students to understand and articulate their own life experiences, as well as improve their understanding of the behavior of others. This course is a prerequisite to all other courses in Psychology. (3 units; Fall/Spring)

PSY213-D
Roth, Erica M.
09/05/2017 TTh 8:45 AM - 10:15 AM Yeager Center B220
PSY213-A
Smith, Erin I.
09/05/2017 M 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM Yeager Center ONLN
PSY213-B
Smith, Erin I.
09/05/2017 W 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM Yeager Center ONLN
PSY213-E
Roth, Erica M.
09/05/2017 TTh 12:15 PM - 1:45 PM Mission Hall 124
PSY213-C
Wallace, Douglas S
09/05/2017 MWF 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM Yeager Center A112
PSY213-D
Roth, Erica M.
01/10/2018 TTh 8:45 AM - 10:15 AM BUS 124
PSY213-C
Daggett, Martha Irene
01/10/2018 MW 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM BUS ONLN
PSY213-E
Roth, Erica M.
01/10/2018 TTh 12:15 PM - 1:45 PM Yeager Center A111
PSY213-A
Smith, Erin I.
01/10/2018 MW 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM Yeager Center ONLN
PSY213-B
Daggett, Martha Irene
01/10/2018 MW 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM BUS ONLN
PSY213-A
STAFF, STAFF
05/07/2018 M 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM TBA
PSY213-D
STAFF, STAFF
09/04/2018 TTh 8:45 AM - 10:15 AM TBA
PSY213-B
STAFF, STAFF
09/04/2018 MWF 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM Mission Hall 124
PSY213-E
STAFF, STAFF
09/04/2018 TTh 12:15 PM - 1:45 PM Mission Hall 109
PSY213-A
STAFF, STAFF
09/04/2018 MWF 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM Yeager Center A112
PSY213-C
STAFF, STAFF
09/04/2018 MWF 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM Yeager Center A112

Choose one (1) of the following courses:

BEH100 Survey of the Behavioral Science

This course introduces the student to the primary Behavioral Sciences of Anthropology, Psychology, Sociology and Christian Behavioral Sciences. The course addresses human beings and behavior from the distinctive theoretical perspectives of each of these behavioral sciences. General subject areas include theory and methodology of Behavioral Science research, human biology and behavior, personality and human development in a socio-cultural context, behavior in the context of ethics and values, and social and cultural change. (3 units; Fall/Spring)

BEH100-A
Moore, Marilyn
09/05/2017 MWF 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM BUS 106
BEH100-B
Pearce, Kenneth C.
09/05/2017 TTh 8:45 AM - 10:15 AM BUS 125
BEH100-A
Pearce, Kenneth C.
01/10/2018 MWF 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM BUS 125
BEH100-A
STAFF, STAFF
05/07/2018 T 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM TBA
BEH100-A
STAFF, STAFF
09/04/2018 MWF 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM TBA
BEH100-B
STAFF, STAFF
09/04/2018 TTh 8:45 AM - 10:15 AM Mission Hall 124

SOC213 Introduction to Sociology

A general introduction to the scientific study of human behavior in social settings. It includes major theories of human behavior in terms of culture, socialization, primary groups, stratification and social class, population, family, religion, and social change. (3 units; Multicultural; Fall/Spring)

SOC213-C
Minton, Carol
09/05/2017 TTh 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Yeager Center B252
SOC213-D
Wallace, Douglas S
09/05/2017 TTh 12:15 PM - 1:45 PM Yeager Center B221
SOC213-B
Wallace, Douglas S
09/05/2017 MWF 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Yeager Center B251
SOC213-A
Minton, Carol
09/05/2017 MW 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM Mission Hall ONLN
SOC213-C
Wallace, Douglas S
01/10/2018 TTh 8:45 AM - 10:15 AM James Complex 190
SOC213-B
Wallace, Douglas S
01/10/2018 MWF 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM Yeager Center B221
SOC213-A
Moore, Marilyn
01/10/2018 MWF 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM BUS 251
SOC213-A
STAFF, STAFF
05/07/2018 W 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM TBA
SOC213-A
STAFF, STAFF
09/04/2018 MWF 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM TBA
SOC213-B
STAFF, STAFF
09/04/2018 MWF 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM TBA
SOC213-C
STAFF, STAFF
09/04/2018 TTh 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM TBA
SOC213-D
STAFF, STAFF
09/04/2018 TTh 12:15 PM - 1:45 PM TBA

ANT225 Cultural Anthropology

A general survey of Cultural Anthropology from a behavioral, cognitive, and material perspective and viewed as a social science, focuses on cultural factors that affect human behavior, including a brief overview of the four major fields of anthropology. Topics include cultural change, language, family, religious practices, economic subsistence patterns, and political power systems. (3 units; Multicultural; Fall/Spring)

ANT225-C
Daggett, Martha Irene
09/05/2017 MW 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Yeager Center ONLN
ANT225-B
Melika, Ash
09/05/2017 MWF 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Mission Hall 124
ANT225-A
Melika, Ash
09/05/2017 MWF 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM BUS 125
ANT225-C
Goodman, Julie Marcele
01/10/2018 TTh 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM BUS 125
ANT225-B
Stokes, H. Bruce
01/10/2018 MWF 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM BUS 125
ANT225-A
Melika, Ash
01/10/2018 MWF 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM BUS 125
ANT225-A
STAFF, STAFF
05/07/2018 T 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM TBA
ANT225-A
STAFF, STAFF
09/04/2018 MWF 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM BUS 125
ANT225-B
STAFF, STAFF
09/04/2018 MWF 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM BUS 125
ANT225-C
STAFF, STAFF
09/04/2018 MWF 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM BUS 124

Methodology Requirements

BEH255 Found Skills in Behav Sciences I

This course is an introduction to the writing and evaluation of academic research articles. Additionally, students are taught basic logic, APA style, and grammar skills as they relate to writing and evaluating research articles. Students will select a capstone topic and submit the project introduction section. Classroom exercises will not include direct use of SPSS. (3 Units; Fall/Spring)

BEH255-C
Machado, Reba Joyce
09/05/2017 WF 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM Building 36 ONLN
BEH255-A
Edge, Cianna Renae
09/05/2017 MWF 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM Mission Hall 127
BEH255-B
Travis, Erika J.
09/05/2017 MWF 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM Health Science Campus L243
BEH255-B
Edge, Cianna Renae
01/10/2018 TTh 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Yeager Center B111
BEH255-A
Travis, Erika J.
01/10/2018 MWF 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM Yeager Center B220
BEH255-A
STAFF, STAFF
05/07/2018 W 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM TBA
BEH255-A
STAFF, STAFF
09/04/2018 MWF 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM TBA
BEH255-B
STAFF, STAFF
09/04/2018 MWF 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM TBA
BEH255-C
STAFF, STAFF
09/04/2018 MWF 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM TBA

BEH256 Found Skill in Behav Sciences II

This course is a continuation in the study of writing and evaluation of academic research articles. Students will use basic logic, APA style and grammar skills to write a literature review for a capstone research project. Additionally, students will evaluate and choose survey instruments for this project and formalize project methodology. Classroom exercises will not include direct use of SPSS. Prerequisite: BEH255. (3 Units; Fall/Spring)

BEH256-B
Spezzaferri, Mitchell Rae
09/05/2017 TTh 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Mission Hall 127
BEH256-A
Travis, Erika J.
09/05/2017 MWF 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM Health Science Campus L240
BEH256-C
Spezzaferri, Mitchell Rae
01/10/2018 TTh 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM Yeager Center B110
BEH256-A
Travis, Erika J.
01/10/2018 MWF 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Yeager Center B220
BEH256-B
Spezzaferri, Mitchell Rae
01/10/2018 TTh 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Yeager Center B110
BEH256-A
STAFF, STAFF
07/02/2018 W 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM TBA
BEH256-A
STAFF, STAFF
09/04/2018 MWF 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM TBA
BEH256-B
STAFF, STAFF
09/04/2018 TTh 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM TBA

BEH333 Epistemology & Worldview

This course examines the basic models of integrating the Christian faith and modern behavioral sciences, including the development of Biblical examples of worldview and epistemology. Emphasis is placed upon the student's development of a personal theory of integration. (3 units; Interdisciplinary; Fall/Spring)

BEH333-A
Lewis, Nathaniel P
09/05/2017 TTh 12:15 PM - 1:45 PM BUS 125
BEH333-A
Stokes, H. Bruce
01/10/2018 TTh 12:15 PM - 1:45 PM BUS 123
BEH333-A
STAFF, STAFF
09/04/2018 TTh 12:15 PM - 1:45 PM BUS 125

BEH383 Statistics & Rsrch Methodology I

This course introduces the various quantitative and qualitative methodologies utilized in behavioral science research. Also included are the collection, treatment, and interpretation of data in research and testing using a statistical analysis application. Prerequisite: BEH 256 and either MAT 115 or STA 144. Three hours lecture, three hours lab. (4 units; Fall/Spring)

BEH383-A
Spezzaferri, Mitchell Rae
09/05/2017 MWF 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM BUS 209
BEH383-C
Fuller, Joshua Auren_K
09/05/2017 MWF 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM Yeager Center B113
BEH383-B
Mauldin, Kristin N.
09/05/2017 TTh 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Yeager Center B113
BEH383-B
Gamez, Ana
01/10/2018 TTh 12:15 PM - 1:45 PM Yeager Center B113
BEH383-A
Fuller, Joshua Auren_K
01/10/2018 MWF 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM BUS 209
BEH383-A
STAFF, STAFF
09/04/2018 MWF 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM TBA
BEH383-B
STAFF, STAFF
09/04/2018 TTh 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM TBA
BEH383-C
STAFF, STAFF
09/04/2018 MWF 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM TBA

BEH385 Statistics & Rsrch MethodologyII

This course presents some of the more complex quantitative and qualitative methodologies utilized in behavioral science research. It builds on the various concepts of quantitative research, qualitative research, data collection, analysis, and interpretation introduced in previous courses. This course continues the development of student proficiency with basic and intermediate functions of a statistical analysis application. Prerequisite: BEH 383. Three hours lecture, three hours lab. (4 units; Fall/Spring)

BEH385-A
Iverson, Nathan David
09/05/2017 MWF 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM Yeager Center B113
BEH385-B
Mauldin, Kristin N.
09/05/2017 TTh 8:45 AM - 10:15 AM Yeager Center B113
BEH385-C
Mauldin, Kristin N.
01/10/2018 TTh 12:15 PM - 1:45 PM BUS 209
BEH385-A
Mauldin, Kristin N.
01/10/2018 MW 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM Yeager Center ONLN
BEH385-B
Mauldin, Kristin N.
01/10/2018 MW 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM Yeager Center ONLN
BEH385-A
STAFF, STAFF
09/04/2018 MWF 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM TBA
BEH385-B
STAFF, STAFF
09/04/2018 TTh 8:45 AM - 10:15 AM TBA

Upper Division Requirements

ANT325 Physical Anthro & Archeology

A general survey of Physical Anthropology, including evolutionary theory, the primate fossil record, primatology, human variability, and genetics. The history, methods, and theories of archaeology are also considered - covering all eras of the human past, from prehistoric to modern times.(3 units; Multicultural; Spring)

ANT325-A
Melika, Ash
01/10/2018 M 2:30 PM - 5:30 PM BUS 103

ANT430 Culture and Personality

This course focuses on the interaction between personal patterns of behavior and social influences, paying particular attention to media influence and a history of social and psychological perspectives. Students will consider the dynamic between environment and heredity (nature/nurture) as they explore several facets of human behavior. Prerequisite: ANT 225 or BEH 100. (3 units; Fall)

ANT430-A
Stokes, H. Bruce
09/05/2017 MWF 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Mission Hall 127
ANT430-A
STAFF, STAFF
09/04/2018 MWF 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM TBA

CBS350 Development & Discipleship

This course examines the relationship between human development as it is understood within the Behavioral Sciences and Discipleship as formation, transformation and reformation within the Judeo-Christian Theologies. Subjects include Biblical perspectives on faith development, discipleship, learning, maturity, and biblical life cycle. It further examines development as a biological, cognitive, relational and spiritual process that moves toward maturity and wisdom in the context of life and life to life relationships. Specifically, it addresses this as an overall aspect of discipleship of children and converts within the Judeo-Christian religious traditions. Prerequisite: BEH 333 (3 units; Interdisciplinary; Spring)

CBS350-A
Lewis, Nathaniel P
01/10/2018 MWF 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Health Science Campus L240

PSY320 Life Span Development

The course addresses principles of psychological development across time and culture. Students will understand universal stages of human development, influences on individual differences and the impact of nature and nurture. The course views human development as a unit of interrelated parts, concentrating on the relationships between the mind, body, and the socio-cultural context. Specific consideration is given to issues of integration, culture, and Biblical worldview. Prerequisite: PSY 213. (3 units; Fall/Spring)

PSY320-C
Moore, Marilyn
09/05/2017 TTh 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM BUS 253
PSY320-A
Handojo, Virgo
09/05/2017 MWF 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Mission Hall 126
PSY320-B
Handojo, Virgo
09/05/2017 MWF 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM Yeager Center B110
PSY320-B
Handojo, Virgo
01/10/2018 TTh 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Yeager Center B252
PSY320-A
Wallace, Douglas S
01/10/2018 MWF 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM Yeager Center B110
PSY320-A
STAFF, STAFF
09/04/2018 MWF 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM TBA
PSY320-B
STAFF, STAFF
09/04/2018 MWF 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM TBA

PSY322 Theories of Personality

This course is a survey of theories of personality emphasizing various viewpoints, unique theoretical perspectives, functions, and development of basic attitudes and belief systems that influence behavior throughout the life span. The course equips students to actively integrate faith (i.e., biblical principles) with the theories discussed. Prerequisite: PSY 213. (3 units; Fall/Spring)

PSY322-B
Handojo, Virgo
09/05/2017 TTh 12:15 PM - 1:45 PM Yeager Center B252
PSY322-A
Pearce, Kenneth C.
09/05/2017 MWF 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM Yeager Center B220
PSY322-B
Handojo, Virgo
01/10/2018 MWF 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Yeager Center B221
PSY322-A
Pearce, Kenneth C.
01/10/2018 MWF 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM BUS 253
PSY322-A
STAFF, STAFF
09/04/2018 MWF 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM TBA
PSY322-B
STAFF, STAFF
09/04/2018 TTh 12:15 PM - 1:45 PM TBA

PSY346 Abnormal Psychology

Study of the dynamics, cultural implications and prevention of abnormal behavior including neuroses, psychoses, character disorders, psychosomatic reactions and other abnormal personality patterns. Textual and lecture attention will be given to the impact of the environment and oppressed populations in relation to abnormal behavior. Prerequisite: PSY 213. (3 units; Fall/Spring)

PSY346-B
Handojo, Virgo
09/05/2017 MWF 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM Yeager Center B111
PSY346-A
Pearce, Kenneth C.
09/05/2017 TTh 12:15 PM - 1:45 PM Yeager Center A111
PSY346-B
Handojo, Virgo
01/10/2018 MWF 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM Yeager Center A110
PSY346-A
Pearce, Kenneth C.
01/10/2018 MWF 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM BUS 203
PSY346-B
STAFF, STAFF
09/04/2018 MWF 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM TBA
PSY346-A
STAFF, STAFF
09/04/2018 TTh 12:15 PM - 1:45 PM Yeager Center A110

SOC335 Social Problems

A study of the nature and meaning of social problems and deviant behavior in American Society. The incidence and characteristics of selected social problems of major public interest will be explored. Prerequisite: BEH 100 or SOC 213. (3 units; Spring)

SOC335-A
Wallace, Douglas S
01/10/2018 MWF 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM Yeager Center B221

SOC337 Deviant Behavior

This course primarily examines the definition and social construction of deviant behavior. Major sociological perspectives and theories will be applied. Specific topics of exploration include various forms of interpersonal violence, suicide, mental disorder, sexuality, substance use and abuse, and internet deviance. Prerequisite: BEH 100 or SOC 213. (3 units; Fall)

SOC337-A
Wallace, Douglas S
09/05/2017 TTh 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Yeager Center B221
SOC337-A
STAFF, STAFF
09/04/2018 TTh 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM TBA

SOC345 Race and Ethnicity

This course will focus on the sociological approach to the ascribed statuses of race, class, and gender in American Society. Also explores how these social concepts are perceived, reinforced, and altered through social institutions, social interaction, media influence, and the dynamics of social change. Prerequisites BEH 100 or SOC 213. (3 units; Spring)

SOC345-A
Wallace, Douglas S
01/10/2018 TTh 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM James Complex 183

SOC381 Social Theory

This course introduces classical and contemporary sociological theories to examine the fundamental forces that influence human interactions in daily living. Specific emphasis is given to the relationships between social institutions, social and economic power, socially constructed reality, and cultural effects on individual identity, expression, and opportunities in society. Recognition of the differences between the secular patterns of norms and behaviors are paralleled with faith integration on constructs of beliefs and behaviors. Prerequisite: BEH100 or SOC213. (3 units; Fall)

SOC381-A
Moore, Marilyn
09/05/2017 MWF 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM BUS 202
SOC381-A
Mshigeni, Deogratius
01/10/2018 TTh 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM James Complex 192
SOC381-A
STAFF, STAFF
09/04/2018 MWF 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM BUS 202

Choose one (1) of the following courses: 

BEH480 Capstone

This course provides students the opportunity to integrate and demonstrate learning from their major, evaluate their own strengths/weaknesses and demonstrate an understanding of the integration of a Christian worldview and their major field of study. Students will evaluate their personal goals, calling and purpose as well as develop skills to move toward successful and fruitful participation in multiple levels of community, including graduate school and careers. Prerequisite: Senior status. (3 units; Fall/Spring)

ANT440 Internship in Anthropology

This course is practical application of basic anthropological principles in community or campus responsibilities under professional supervision. Pass/Fail. Prerequisites: ANT 225 and permission of the Dean of the School of Behavioral Science. (3 units; Fall/Spring)

ANT440-IN
Gustafson, Jacqueline N.
09/05/2017 - Instructor OFFC
ANT440-A
Goodman, Julie Marcele
01/10/2018 - TBA
ANT440-IN
STAFF, STAFF
09/04/2018 - TBA

PSY440 Internship in Human Services

A practical application of basic psychological principles in community or campus responsibilities under professional supervision. Pass/Fail. Prerequisites: PSY 213 and permission of the Dean of the School of Behavioral Sciences. (3 units; Fall/Spring)

PSY440-IN
Gustafson, Jacqueline N.
09/05/2017 - Instructor OFFC
PSY440-IN
Gustafson, Jacqueline N.
01/10/2018 - Instructor OFFC
PSY440-IN
STAFF, STAFF
09/04/2018 - TBA

SOC440 Internship in Sociology

A practical application of basic sociological principles in community or campus responsibilities under professional supervision. Open to department majors. Prerequisites: SOC 213 and permission of the Dean of the School of Behavioral Sciences. (3 units; Fall/Spring)

SOC440-IN
Gustafson, Jacqueline N.
09/05/2017 - Instructor OFFC
SOC440-A
Gustafson, Jacqueline N.
01/10/2018 - TBA
SOC440-IN
STAFF, STAFF
09/04/2018 - TBA

Optional Concentrations* (12-15 units)

Students can earn an optional concentration in one of the following areas:  Forensic Psychology, Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Lifespan Development, Medical Anthropology, Social Work or Sports Psychology.

*Each optional concentration requires the completion of a minimum of twelve (12) distinct units beyond the major.