Behavioral Sciences
Behavioral Sciences
Understand human growth and behavior

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 Melissa Woodall.

How do I change my advisor?
If you would like to change your advisor, contact Melissa Woodall.

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).


Helpful Links

American Psychiatric Association

American Psychological Association

APA Accredited Graduate Programs

Association for Psychological Science

CACREP Accredited Graduate Programs

International Honor Society in Psychology

NPR Psychology

Psychology Today

Purdue Owl APA Style Guide

Social Psychology Network

TED Psychology