The School of Behavioral Sciences offers a range of programs, in addition to the central disciplines of behavioral science: psychology, sociology and anthropology.
The wide range of courses offered expand the students' horizons of social knowledge and understanding, as well as expanding the range of professions and academic studies that graduates can continue onto. The program includes basic, mandatory and elective courses and a seminar in the field of psychology, sociology and anthropology, as well as selection from one of the four majors: Management Division – Organizational Behavior and Human Resources, Communications Division, Criminology and Law Enforcement Division and Experiential Learning Division. The BA program is a three-year, single major program. The hours are flexible and are concentrated in study days, and alongside theoretical studies, the School integrates practical experience outside the campus. The morning classes program is spread out throughout the day.
The program is designed for students who work during the day and replicates the current daytime program (See above current program). The program is relevant for students in the Management Division only. Some of the studies are more compressed. Classes start twice a week around 4:00 PM and last until about 9:30 PM.