Behavioral Science

The Behavioral Sciences major provides students with a broad, foundational knowledge of human behavior and an understanding of how scientists think about and understand human behavior. The core courses provide students a background suitable to helping them better understand social science principles related to the behavior of individuals across multiple social contexts and institutions (family, community, society and culture). Non-licensure track.

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Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences Faculty

DeAnne Dick, M.A.

Assistant Professor of Psychology, Criminal Justice Program Development
MA, Professional Counseling, Liberty University
BS, Psychology, Bluefield College
AS, Mathematics, Butler County Community College

Chaka Ward-Hatcher, M.S.

Assistant Professor of Psychology
DHSc, Nova Southeastern University (in progress)
MS, Clinical Community Counseling, The Johns Hopkins University
BS, Psychology, Valdosta State University