The Bachelor of Science in Behavioral Health Science degree program prepares students to work as behavioral health technicians or specialists in various settings as members of a clinical team. This behavioral health program within the College of Humanities and Social Sciences provides a more general and broader perspective on specific areas in the behavioral health field. You will gain a comprehensive study of human behavior within a Christian values-oriented environment designed to emphasize compassion and ethics. This behavioral health science degree does not lead to licensure.
Official transcripts. High school graduate with unweighted GPA of 3.0 or above; or high school graduate with qualifying entrance exam (ACT: 19, SAT: 920 of 1600 or 1380 of 2400); or GED equivalent.
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