Behavioral Sciences

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.

Bachelors Degree

Cultural and Geospatial Studies
Psychology
Rehabilitation Science
Sociology

Associates Degree

Criminal Justice
Ozark-Ouachita Studies

Minors

Anthropology

Master of Science Degree

Applied Sociology
General Psychology

 Beyond the Classroom

The department also provides opportunities for experiential learning beyond the classroom, these include research activities with faculty, internships, and participation in our numerous student groups. These opportunities provide students a chance to gain real work experience. On campus, the department houses several facilities which include:

  • A computer lab
  • A resource library that is available to students and agency personnel
  • Heritage seek bank
  • Food recovery program
  • Campus food pantry

    Because We Can Group Photo