Students in the behavioral science field look at individuals and their behavior, as well as that of societies, groups, and other cultures Behavioral science also examines processes that can contribute to specific behaviors both positive and negative such as alcohol and drug use, parenting, social norms, expectations, and systems. Students at SCCC are able to pursue studies in general, abnormal, and developmental psychology, and sociology. For employment in the professional world of sociology or psychology, a master's degree is usually the minimum requirement, with top positions in these fields held by individuals with a doctorate degree. SCCC's behavioral science program offers a solid foundation of courses that students are able to transfer to a four-year college or university.
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