Do you like working with people? Do you want to better understand yourself, others
and the way people interact? Or do you have a calling to help others?
Studies in the disciplines of social and behavioral science can help you develop foundational knowledge that will be useful in almost any career. Whether you’re looking for knowledge that is immediately relevant to your interests, or are setting the foundation for further study and advancement, the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences is the perfect place to begin.
When you enroll in the Anthropology program at CBC, you’ll study humans in the past and present to gain an understanding of patterns and a wider perspective of the world.
By pursuing a degree in Criminal Justice, you’ll explore the theories behind crime and punishment, juvenile delinquency, drug and alcohol addiction and other criminal justice areas.
Courses broaden your historical knowledge and cultivate a historical consciousness empowering you to think and write critically about human society.
Courses allow you to learn and study aspects of diverse cultures, thus broadening your global awareness and encouraging a better understanding of your own culture.
Who gets what and how? The study of political science helps you ask and answer questions about government and the balance of power.
Learn to better understand human behavior through research, critical thinking and discussion.
Social work is a career focused on helping individuals, families, groups and communities enhance or restore their capacity for social functioning.