Bachelor in Behavior and Social Sciences - Study PlanBecome an expert in human behavior
A unique Bachelor in Behavior and Social Sciences
The Bachelor in Behavior and Social Sciences aims to teach young ambitious individuals to build the proper skill set to become professionals capable of facing real-world challenges.
Through our hands-on teaching methodology, students from the Bachelor in Behavior and Social Sciences will find the perfect ideal balance between what is studied throughout their degree and the projects that are applied based on real-world scenarios. This will aid them to develop profiles that are able to adapt to new trends happening now in the 21st century.
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Bachelor in Behavior and Social Sciences Study Plan
- Core Courses
- Obligatory Courses
- Capstone Project
- Credits needed to graduate
** This study plan is under review and is subject to change.
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FIRST YEAR - FOUNDATION YEAR
Year one is an introductory phase, focused on gaining a foundation in the social sciences. You will learn about research methods and how they can be applied to solve problems related to social science, technology or human behavior. This will provide you with a strong base for future years.
SECOND YEAR - PROFICIENCY
In year two, you will study human behavior and the social systems in which we interact. You will acquire extensive quantitative and qualitative tools to help you establish your analytical toolbox. Through seminars and boot camps, you will also be encouraged to develop soft skills important for behavioral and social sciences, including debate, teamwork and communication.
THIRD YEAR - PROFICIENCY
During year three, you will explore advanced topics related to behavior, including neuroscience, behavioral economics, decision-making and change management. Discover how to have a positive impact on people and organizations as you learn how to influence, persuade and bring about real change on an individual, organizational and social level.
FOURTH YEAR - CAREER PREPARATION & ADVANCED TOPICS
The final year prepares you to enter into the professional working world. You will be able to choose from a wide range of electives and courses, selecting those that will help you advance along your ideal career path. Advanced specialist courses on neuromarketing, coaching, counseling and design thinking are all available to year four students. You will also develop and present your final capstone project, which will represent a culmination of everything you have learned throughout the program.