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
This program provides a background for students interested in a career in the field of criminal justice or a related area.
Cultural Geospatial Studies
This program allows for a full integration of cultural development and movement where students can choose from two tracks to study coursework focused in either Anthropology or Geography.
This program is designed to prepare students for a variety of social service-based occupations through a foundation in client relations, industry-specific concerns, and government agencies
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.
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.
Delta Sigma Omicron
Delta Sigma Omicron is a co-ed rehabilitation service fraternity open to ALL persons enrolled at Arkansas Tech University, Alumni and field members with an interest in ensuring that individuals with disabilities are afforded an equal opportunity to participate in, and benefit from, the curricular, co-curricular and vocational opportunities available at Arkansas Tech and the surrounding community. Current service projects include the Equestrian Zone, Play Unified, and Shooting for Success. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com to get involved!