Behavioral Sciences deal with the human interaction and the actions in various contexts such as social, economic or biological.
Some features of this course are:
Explores the relationships between natural and social sciences.
Looks at the actions of the organisms affected due to different atmospheres.
Studies the interdisciplinary subjects and human interactions and applies the scientific techniques.
Improves thinking and problem-solving techniques.
Behavioral Sciences can be studied in various degrees.
An Associate’s Degree in Behavioral Sciences offers a great range of courses in humanities and introduces the basic concepts of the subject and can help to enter the entry-level professions. It is a two-year degree.
A Bachelor’s Degree in Behavioral Sciences helps the students to integrate humanities along with any specialization chosen. It is a four-year undergraduate degree.
A Masters Degree in Behavioral Sciences provides a high-level education in the subject and covers various concepts of health, psychology etc. It is a two-year graduate course.
A Doctoral Degree in Behavioral Sciences is research-based and offers a deep insight into the topics of the subject. It is meant for developments in the subject. It can be pursued after completing an undergraduate or graduate degree.
The different specializations available in the subject are Behavioral Ecology, Socio-biology, Neuroethology, Communication and many others.
The common professions which are undertaken in behavioral sciences are Dieticians and Nutritionists, Healthcare Support Workers, Miscellaneous Managers, Registered Nurses and Motor Vehicle Operators.
The average wage for the professionals is around $64,216 and is increasing at the rate of 7.29%. The average number of people employed in this profession is around 373,871.
If you’re passionate about studying the human and animal interaction in the biosphere, behavioral sciences would be a perfect option for you. You can apply the skills learned in the course for making a career in various areas such as counseling, social work, anthropology etc.
St. Augustine, Florida
Institution Type: Private For-Profit
Behavioral Sciences Accreditation: AOTA
Avg Credits: 93
Avg Tuition: $ 76,782
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