Behavioral Sciences is an interdisciplinary program encompassing the disciplines of anthropology, psychology, and sociology.

These disciplinary perspectives offer different but complementary views of people. In order to understand, predict, or influence human behavior, we need some comprehension of how humans develop, the problems they confront, the organization or structure in which they function, and how and why these go awry.

For additional information on the degree program in Behavioral Sciences, contact:
Roger C. Loeb, Ph.D., Behavioral Sciences Concentration Advisor
4055 CASL Building
(313) 593-5195