The School of Social and Behavioral Sciences offers 15 majors, six programs, six certificates, and 11 minors. With an academically rigorous, career-focused, student-centered approach, the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences at New College offers an unmatched educational experience. The mission of the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences is consistent with that of a metropolitan research university. A founding premise of the school is that the study of human behavior, social institutions, and culture can be best understood through interdisciplinary perspectives that integrate diverse intellectual and methodological systems of inquiry.
The School of Social and Behavioral Sciences offers psychology degrees through campus immersion programs and digital immersion programs. The current positions are specific to the digital immersion programs, which offer a Bachelor of Arts, a Bachelor of Science, and a Master of Science in Psychology with an optional concentration in Positive Psychology. The digital immersion programs continue to grow, with anticipated additions of concentrations in Industrial/Organizational Psychology and Sports Psychology.
For more information about ASU’s School of Social and Behavioral Sciences, please visit our website at https://newcollege.asu.edu/ssbs. For more information about New College, visit https://newcollege.asu.edu.
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