The Behavioral Sciences Home

 

The Behavioral Sciences Department's multi-disciplinary character, grounded in a liberal arts perspective, offers unique opportunities to the student of human behavior. Training in a student's particular major and secondary area of focus provide a firm foundation for graduate work and employment in a wide range of occupations including human services, law enforcement, business, management, and government service.  

Degrees and Programs

 

Criminal Justice

This program provides a background for students interested in a career in the field of criminal justice or a related area.

PSYCHOLOGY

This program is designed to prepare students for a wide variety of industries and includes field-specific preparation for continued education at the master's or doctoral level.

sociology

This program is designed to prepare students for a wide variety of industries and includes field-specific preparation for continued education at the master’s or doctoral level.

anthropology & geography

The Bachelor of Arts Degree in Anthropology and Geography focuses on building the methodological skills needed to analyze human systems across time and space with a focus on improvement of the human condition, from local communities to global interaction. Students will take courses in both Anthropology and Geography but may choose to focus on one or the other.

anthropology minor

The anthropology curriculum at Tech focuses on the areas of cultural anthropology (contemporary cultural diversity) and archaeology (past human cultures) as well as the interactions between cultures and the environment.

Archaeology Field School

An archaeological field school, a practical training experience focused on developing in-demand skills in cultural Resource Management. Through lecture, exersices, and particiaption in archaeological field projects students master methods of archaeological survey, excavation, materials recovery, site data recording, and assemblage processing. 

 

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Contact the Department of Behavioral Sciences

Witherspoon Hall 348

407 West Q Street

Russellville, AR 72801

Phone: (479) 968-0305

Email: bvsc@atu.edu

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