Social & Behavioral Science

Understanding the “why”

A degree within the social and behavioral sciences allows you to study the “why” behind complex thought processes, learned behaviors, ancient and modern cultural differences, political science and philosophical reasoning.

Students will learn to thoroughly examine and apply their own interpretations using the theories and research these courses have to offer.  The critical thinking, theory application and social observation skills learned in social and behavioral science courses can be applied to a number of outside courses, making a degree in social and behavioral sciences an excellent foundation to a number of disciplines.  

Contact Information

Kelly Simons - Central Campus
281-998-6150 ext. 2050
 
Shawn Silman - North Campus
281.459.7623
 
Ann Tate - South Campus
281-922-3404