Ever wonder why people behave the way they do? Behavioral Science aims to make sense of it all.

Why Behavioral Sciences at Andrews

Careers in Behavioral Sciences

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Behavioral scientists study the way individuals and cultures interact today and throughout the past. If you’re interested in the actions of people around you, consider a career in psychology, sociology, counseling or family studies. If past cultures call to you, choose an emphasis in Behavioral Sciences of Anthropology and/or archaeology. Most degrees in this field require further education, often a doctoral degree for positions in universities, governments or research organizations, but a BA allows you to work in management or marketing, at a museum or in some educational fields.

Annual Salaries

Anthropologists and Archaeologists
$61,980
Research Scientist
$75,618
Health Educator
$40,788

Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2015

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