Improve the human condition.
In the Department of Behavioral Sciences, we offer two majors: psychology with child development, health and human services emphases and teaching licensure and sociology with criminal justice and health and human services emphases.
Whether you want to explore human or societal behavior, both majors bridge theory and practice with the aim of helping you become a competitive candidate for the pre-professional program or graduate school of your choice or start a related career.
Psychology: Child Development
Psychology: Health and Human Services
Sociology: Criminal Justice
Sociology: Health and Human Services
Psychology (6-12) licensure
Faculty & Staff
- Professor of Sociology
- “I view learning as a journey of discovery and self-growth that I and my students embark together. Serving as a guide and companion, I walk along with them, encouraging them to feel confident to achieve their very best.”
- Guest Professor
- “Anyone who has grown up in the presence of other humans has grown up in a psychology laboratory. One thing I try to do in my courses is to help students recognize that and learn to look around and see what they might be able to learn from their fellow humans.”
- Assistant Professor of Sociology
- Professor of Psychology
- “The theme of many of my classes is critical thinking. My area – psychology – attracts a lot of nonsense, and my goal is for students to think critically about claims involving psychology. Second, I work to get students involved in class. If you’re the kind of person who likes to be part of the action, I hope you’ll join us.”