A degree from one of the behavioral science schools in Idaho can help you to understand the why and how of human behavior. At the bachelor’s degree level, schools emphasize human development and its stages, family and group dynamics, assessment skills, and communications. Ethics, which are very important in psychology and law, are also covered. Class requirements will vary by degree, college, and even campus. Common study topics include family systems, group behavior, research methods, psychology, individual and group assessment, communication, and substance abuse treatment. Jobs in this field include behavioral science support staff, behavioral science specialist, research coordinator, or program director.
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