Our department, housed in McClelland Hall, is committed to supporting each student’s academic journey. We encourage all students to enrich their classroom learning with hands-on experiences and to reflect on their personal experiences from the perspective of the behavioral sciences.
Anthropology & Sociology students participate in stimulating field experiences to prepare for careers that require people-management skills. Psychology students receive ample opportunities to apply classroom learning in the field, particularly through internships. And Wellness & Alternative Medicine students explore the behavioral, physical and health sciences through interdisciplinary studies and hands-on training.
Our master’s program in Counseling, meanwhile, combines a core of courses in general counseling, elective courses and a 600-hour internship specifically tailored to each student’s career interest.
- Anthropology & Sociology (B.A. & minor)
- Psychology (B.A. & minor)
- Psychology, Health & Sport Management track (B.A.)
- Wellness & Alternative Medicine (B.S.)
- Counseling: School Counseling (M.A.)
- Counseling: Clinical Mental Health & Addictions Counseling (M.A.)