Behavioral science schools in Nebraska provide academic programs that combine the study of psychology, medicine, and sociology. Most programs award bachelor’s degrees upon completion. In addition to general education requirements, students take behavioral science classes such as gender in society, social problems, social psychology, criminology, human development, biological anthropology and family studies. Behavioral science is a very diverse degree because it can lead to career in several different fields. Graduates work in law enforcement, social services, government, politics, medicine and education. Behavioral science occupations are expected to grow at an average rate although they are difficult to trend because they cross so many industries.
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