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Behavioral and Social Sciences Pathway

Welcome to the Behavioral and Social Sciences Pathway

Social Sciences study human society and the relationship of individuals in, and to, society. Areas of study include anthropology, history, political science, and sociology. Behavioral Sciences, particularly psychology, concern themselves with the study of the actions of humans. Behavioral sciences seek to understand, predict, and/or influence behavior. Areas of study include anthropology, psychology, and sociology. Graduates may work in public or private agencies, government, health care, education, research, business or as self-employed professionals.

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Behavioral & Social Sciences Programs

Area of Study Transfer Degree Degree Certificate Skill Certificate
Administration of Justice AS-T AA
Anthropology AA-T AA
Child Development AA C
Early Childhood Education AS-T
Elementary Teacher Education AA-T
Global Studies AA-T AA
History AA-T AA
Law, Public Policy and Society AA-T
Liberal Arts & Sciences - Behavioral & Social Sciences AA
Police Orientation Preparation C
Political Science AA-T AA
Psychology AA-T
Social Justice Studies: Chicana/o Studies AA-T
Social Justice Studies: LGBTQ Studies AA-T
Social Work and Human Services AA-T
Sociology AA-T AA
Tutor Training C