The associate’s degree in Behavioral Sciences with a Sociology concentration allows students to transfer into a four-year program upon completion. Students will learn about the various social processes in society, analytical tools, and techniques for applying this information to everyday life.
The curriculum examines human behavior in social situations. An emphasis is placed on the roles of communication, socialization, social role, social self, and social groupings. Students will explore complex problems in American society and ways to analyze and alleviate these issues.
Course topics available to students include:
- Developmental psychology
- Abnormal psychology
- Cultural anthropology
- Multicultural studies
- High school diplioma or equivalent
- Official transcripts
- Additional materials may be required.
School Accreditation Statement
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission