Behavioral scientists study the cultural, social and psychological aspects of humans. Interested in thought processes and why people act the way they do? Consider Andrews!
You'll have unique opportunities for research. You can begin in-the-field research as early as your second year in our program. Graduate with your own research portfolio to show off at job interviews.
Take summer classes in Jordan, or go on an annual study tour to Madagascar or Peru. Join an on-campus club. Research and experiment. Add a minor. Do it all at Andrews.
We can’t help but brag about our students. Some have their research published in professional journals. Others present at distinguished conferences. And some go on to graduate school and beyond.
Find the exact degree you’re looking for. Besides a general Bachelor of Science in behavioral sciences, we offer emphases in anthropology, anthropological archaeology and public health.
U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2021