Interested in studying at the Kinneret Academic College?

    A few words from the Head of Department of Behavioral Sciences


    We appreciate your interest in B.A. degree studies in Behavioral Sciences at our department, here at Kinneret Academic College. Behavioral sciences studies comprise the most comprehensive academic and practical basis for any student looking to engage and to develop in the human behavior professions.

    In the last decade, the field of behavioral sciences has become a very popular field at academic institutions in Israel and around the world. Behavioral sciences studies are suitable for people who are curious and sensitive, and who are interested in working with people, and offer an opportunity for professional development in a large number of fields, such as psychology, educational counseling, organizational consultancy, behavioral work and analysis, criminology, family therapy, mediation, human resources, etc. The studies address the physiological, social, sociological and emotional/personality aspects as the basis of behavior. Behavioral sciences studies also include activities that take place outside the college, which are designed to bring the students into contact with different groups, institutions and organizations, including weekly visits to medical and other institutions in courses that include field experience with special groups, and participation in relevant science conferences.

    In our department, we are proud of the warm environment we have created. This environment places the emphasis on a personal and direct relationship between the students and the teaching staff. Our students benefit from the student framework of an academic campus and from a warm and supportive environment

    In conclusion, if you are interested in changing the world to make it a better place, if you want to learn about yourself and your society, if the community is important to you – Behavioral Sciences is the degree for you.

    Best wishes,

    Dr. Meyran Boniel-Nissim

    Head, Department of Behavioral Sciences