Social and behavioral sciences
Why study social and behavioral sciences?
Social and behavioral science degrees provide students an understanding of how to analyze human behavior and relationships. Disciplines in the social and behavioral sciences include behavioral health, psychology, social work, special education, family and human development and more. There are a range of career options for graduates with behavioral and social science degrees. These include positions in education, health services, human resources, social services and law enforcement.
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Arizona State University offers undergraduate, graduate and certificate programs in social and behavioral sciences. These programs run the gamut from behavioral health and psychology to autism spectrum and substance-use disorders. You’ll gain the expertise to pursue a career you’re passionate about in public administration, market research, social services and more. Browse our social and behavioral science programs, offered 100% online.
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What can I do with a behavioral or social science degree?
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ASU is a leader in undergraduate and graduate program excellence, ranking in the top 10% of the best global universities. The university assumes fundamental responsibility for the social, cultural and overall health of the communities it serves, which aligns with the core competencies taught in the social and behavioral sciences. From enrollment to graduation, ASU empowers students with innovative tools and support so they can make a difference.
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