The study of social and behavioral sciences delves into the cultures, behaviors and ideas of mankind.
At Faulkner, the social and behavioral science coursework is taught through the lens of Christianity. Small classes encourage a comfortable atmosphere where lively discussion and debate is the norm. Our students engage in internships, guided field-trips and activity-based research for a broad experience under the advisement of caring professors.
Graduates from our department have gone on to successful careers in government service, research, counseling and teaching. We boast an 80% acceptance rate among those who have applied for graduate schools and law school. Thanks to one-on-one attention and real-life work experience, the Faulkner social and behavioral science student is a versatile thinker and worker with the ability to make connections between people, things, and ideas.
Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science in Social Science - offers emphases in Political Science, Sociology and Pre-Law
Bachelor of Arts or Science in Counseling - train to help diverse individuals and families meet the challenges of a changing world
Master of Science in Counseling
Bachelor of Arts or Science in Psychology - unravel the mysteries of the human mind
Bachelor of Science in History - learn from the past for future possibilities
*Bachelor of Arts in History - for certification to teach secondary education history grades 6 - 12
*through the College of Education