What majors are offered in the School of Behavioral Sciences?
You will have the ability to earn a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in any the following majors: Exercise Science, Human Services, Outdoor Education, Psychology, and Sociology.
Is a minor required with these majors?
Some majors require a minor (Psychology, Sociology, and Human Services) while others do not (Exercise Science and Outdoor Education). The school offers several different minors to choose from: Exercise Science, Outdoor Education, Psychology, and Sociology.
Who is my advisor?
To check your advisor, login to My BHSU/Snap, click Student and 'Student Main Menu'. Your advisor will be listed in your student profile. If no advisor is listed, contact Registrar's Office.
How do I change my advisor?
If you would like to change your advisor, contact Registrar's Office.
What are common job outcomes for Behavioral Sciences graduates?
There are a wide range of job outcomes for Behavioral Sciences graduates including: Human Resources Specialists, Physical Therapists, Counselors, Park Rangers, Social Workers, Athletic Coaches and Trainers, Case Workers, and more!
I am interested in attending graduate school. What do I do next?
Visit out Grad School page for more information. You will also want to speak with an advisor on which courses you should be taking. Research and/or internship experiences are often required on graduate school applications.
How do I get involved in research?
Generally, students are encouraged to have statistics and/or research methods at least started before beginning research. Some professors, however, may be willing to take exceptional students on a case-by-case basis. Contact the research professor of your interest area for more information: Dr. Alissa Call, Dr. Eric Clapham, Dr. Nathan Deichert, Dr. Emilia Flint, or Dr. Michael Huxford.
Who do I contact for internship information?
Contact Dr. Emilia Flint for more information on internships. Also, keep an eye out for postings around campus (particularly in the Jonas Skywalk).