The Department of Behavioral Sciences is home to the disciplines of Anthropology, Psychology, and Sociology; one interdisciplinary program in Behavioral Sciences; and a graduate program in Health Psychology.
These disciplines and programs share a fascination with the behavior of humans--as individuals, in groups and organizations, and within and across cultures.
The Health Policy Studies discipline has moved to the College of Education, Health, and Human Services.
Student Services & Facilities
The Behavioral Sciences Department has a number of facilities available for student use.
Lab: The computer lab, located in 4073 CB, is open Monday-Friday for classroom use and student study and research.
Study Area/Lounge: There are a number of study areas around the 4th floor of the CASL Building that are available daily for student use.
Internships & Co-ops
Co-operative educational opportunities—paid, career-related work experiences—are available through the CASL Co-op Office. Internships—generally unpaid career-related work experiences for which the student receives academic credit—are offered in the Department of Behavioral Sciences in Psychology and Criminal Justice.