School of Humanities
& Behavioral Social Sciences

Humanities and Behavioral Social Sciences

The School of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences is comprised of Psychology, Sociology, Political Science, History, English, Arts, and Languages. These disciplines are full of professionally accomplished and engaged professors who will provide you with a rigorous education and nurturing environment. Students will graduate with skills that allow them to problem solve and generate solutions for a brighter future. Working with faculty across the university, every department engages students to develop an understanding of global, social and cultural issues and to inspire each student to become an active participant in society.

DEPARTMENT CHAIR Kenneth Jones D.Min., Ph.D. Dean of School Humanities and Behavioral Social Sciences

Chair's Welcome Statement

The disciplines of psychology, sociology, criminal justice, and homeland security comprise the Department of Behavioral Sciences. All of these disciplines share a common focus—human behavior. While each discipline examines human behavior from a different perspective, together they answer the questions that many of us ask about thoughts, actions, and interactions. We welcome you to explore our course offerings as you select and pursue a major. We invite you to engage in the learning experiences that will equip you with the critical knowledge, tools, and skills needed to attain your academic and career goals.