The Bachelor of Arts in Behavioural Science provides students with an understanding of multiple perspectives on human behavior, culture, and society.
Students in this program benefit from a broad curricular focus, practicum opportunities, qualified and dedicated faculty, positive student experiences, multiple career trajectories for graduates. In addition, a strong and stable institutional support gives the students a strong foundational preparation for employment as well as graduate work. The ultimate goal of the program is to provide broad-based academic preparation for students interested in a range of career opportunities in the human services and academics.
The Behavioural Science program is a multidisciplinary program that includes studies in sociology, psychology, social work, and anthropology. It is designed to provide students with a broad methodical understanding of human behaviour, cultural, political and social factors that affect this behaviour.
Faculty & Staff
Justina Adalikwu-ObisikeChair of Behavioural Science, Professor of Sociology
Bonita CampbellAdministrative Assistant and First Year Advisor, Faculty of Science
Adam KišAssociate Professor of Anthropology
Ellison ObisikeChair of Wellness , Associate Professor of Wellness
Peter OtienoDean of Faculty of Science, Professor of Chemistry
Tennyson SamrajProfessor of Philosophy
2022 / BHSC (4-Year)
The Behavioural Science allows me to pursue my passion of helping individuals in a VARIETY of ways. With the combination of sociology, psychology, and anthropology that is incorporated in this program I do not have to choose one specific path. With this degree I am able to work in an assortment of human service positions or continue on to further my education through a variety of graduate school programs.
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