B.A. in Behavioral Sciences

B.A. in Behavioral Sciences

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B.A. in Behavioral Sciences

Head of the department of behavioral sciences

Dr. Meyran Boniel-Nissim

Information about the degree

This is an innovative academic program that combines the fields of psychology, behavior analysis, education, sociology and anthropology. The underlying concept of this program is that understanding human and social behavior requires addressing internal human and social elements, as well as addressing and understanding human antisocial behavior.

The academic program structure

The academic program comprises 120 credits.
The program includes mandatory methodological and non-methodological courses, elective courses, seminars and practical experience in the field.
The studies focus on the physiological, social, behavioral, sociological and human/emotional aspects of human behavior, and include diverse courses such as Biological Basics of Behavior; Gender Studies; Basic Principles of Human Behavior; Emotional Intelligence, and The Principal Clinical Approaches of Behavioral Science.

Applicants for a degree in behavioral sciences

The behavioral science studies offer the most comprehensive academic and practical base for any student interested in engaging, and developing, in professional fields of human behavior.
Behavioral science studies are suitable for students who are interested in working with people. The studies will enable them to develop skills in a number of fields, such as psychology, educational counseling, organizational consultancy, behavior analysis, criminology, family therapy, mediation and human resources.

What can you do with a degree in behavioral sciences
Our graduates can continue on to master's degree studies at any university in Israel and abroad, in fields connected to behavioral sciences. Furthermore, the program provides its graduates with tools and skills that enable them engage in areas that deal with promoting individual, community and welfare issues in many areas of life. These areas include the needs of the local community, HR directors, consultancy services, working with youth, senior citizens, education and cultural systems, strengthening disadvantaged populations and adult education. Integration into the welfare system is also possible, in places like hospitals, prisons and youth organizations, and in other welfare and rehabilitation institutions.