Many variables— physiological, environmental, social, developmental — affect human behavior. Our mission is to teach you, by both word and example, to become a competent behavioral scientist, critical thinker and compassionate servant of Jesus Christ. Grow in your awareness and understanding of human behavior, including its causes and consequences. Learn more about scientific research methods used to measure human behavior and obtain data. Be ready to apply Christian principles when you study and serve humans in our world.All classes are taught by faculty members with doctorate degrees. And if you don’t understand a concept, they will gladly meet with you outside of class for more in-depth study.Independent research is an integral part of our program, especially if you are planning to enter graduate school. You will design and conduct one or more of your own year-long research projects under the guidance of a faculty mentor by:
Field experiences are a key aspect of your education, and faculty members will work with you to place you in an area of personal interest. Our students have completed practicums with local social service agencies, such as:
Should you plan to go to graduate school, you will be prepared. For example, statistics and advanced statistics courses are required courses for your bachelor’s degree. Even in the competitive world of graduate school admissions, we are proud of the high acceptance rate our program graduates enjoy.CareersAlumni careers include: researcher, industrial organization psychologist, professor, special forces officer, military officer, clinician, consultant, counselorAlumni employers include: medical supply company, university, U.S. ArmyAreas of study:
Psychology, B.A. and B.S. Sociology, B.A.
Learn from experienced behavioral scientists who care about your personal and professional success.