The Bachelor’s in Behavioral Science program at Glenville State College focuses primarily on the psychology and sociology. Through analysis and observation prospective students will investigate the behavior of both human beings and animals.
A total of 120 hours are required for the Bachelor’s in Behavioral Science degree.
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