Build a practice-focused portfolio—starting on day one.

Complex family dynamics. Substance abuse issues. The challenges you’ll face in your career will vary widely. From the very beginning of our Behavioral Science degree program, we help you prepare for the future as you research and gain knowledge on topics within psychology, sociology, human diversity, ethics, human services, and more. You’ll study a spectrum of individual, family and community-wide challenges as a behavioral science major, and you’ll execute projects that level into a comprehensive electronic portfolio you can share with potential employers.

The skills you need to make a difference.

No matter what path you follow in behavioral science, your success will be about the lives you impact. We make sure you graduate with the skills you need for a variety of career possibilities in settings like social services, corporate leadership and human resources, and clinical counseling and psychology.

· Communicate professionally in clinical and counseling settings

· Conduct comprehensive patient/client assessments

· Leverage research and data to inform your work

· Establish treatment plans that facilitate change

What You’ll Learn

At the successful completion of the Brussels Capital University Behavioral Science undergraduate degree, graduates will be qualified to enter the human services field or for advancement in the field.

This degree equips you with the following learning skills (critical thinking, creative thinking, communicating, and collaborating) needed for professionals in the field:

· Analyze and apply professional and ethical standards in human services to facilitate decision-making and communication.

· Apply practical and theoretical knowledge such as counseling theories, treatment strategies, and leadership strategies to demonstrate ability in problem-solving and in synthesizing concepts.

· Communicate appropriate evidence-based concepts to successfully navigate complex human systems and implement services.

· Distinguish the influences and importance of diversity in human service relationships to demonstrate an awareness of ethics and values and to encourage collaboration