Impact the Lives of Others with a Bachelor’s Degree from Our School of Behavioral Sciences
We understand that you’re excited about making a difference in the lives of others. We get it because we are too. With one of the bachelor’s degrees in our School of Behavioral Sciences, you’ll be able to turn your passion for helping others into an exciting and fulfilling career!
We have given you multiple degrees and specializations to choose from within our School of Behavioral Sciences. You may choose our human services or social work degrees—either of which are going to prepare you to start your career upon graduation. However, we also have multiple psychology specializations aimed to help you get into a graduate school and become a professional counselor or psychologist. Whatever your career goals, we have a degree that will help you get there.
So what are you waiting for? The helping profession needs people like you who are not only willing to serve others but are excited about it! Let us help you make this dream into a reality by pursuing one of our behavioral sciences degrees.
Available Degree Programs
Help others through crisis intervention, social problems, multicultural competence, or substance abuse by pursuing our Bachelor of Science in Human Services degree.
Get a Bachelor of Science in Social Work (BSW) degree and be at the forefront of advocacy for justice, compassion, and care for people who are in need of social, mental, or spiritual help.
Start exploring the inner workings of the mind and take the first step in becoming a psychologist or counselor with our Bachelor of Science in Psychology degree.
Check out our specializations below to really dive into your area of interest.
Why Choose One of Liberty’s Bachelor’s Degrees in the School of Behavioral Sciences?
At Liberty, we strive to provide you with all that we have to offer—a challenging curriculum, professors who are professionals in their field, and opportunities for hands-on experience. Our bachelor’s degrees in the School of Behavioral Sciences are going to provide you will all of this and more.
One of our favorite assets is our professors. These men and women have real-life experience in their field, as well as degrees in human services, psychology, or social work. With their vast education and experience, they’re excited to pass their knowledge on to you as they teach, guide, and support you throughout your academic journey.
Another exciting aspect of our behavioral sciences degrees is all of the opportunity for experience. There are multiple psychology activities throughout each academic year where you can participate in seminars and hear from professionals. We have global academic trips and internships available to you. Plus, you can join Club Psych to be a part of a social group filled with like-minded peers and faculty.
School of Behavioral Sciences Bachelor’s Degree Information
- 120 total hours
- Transfer up to 50% of your major-specific credits and 75% of your total degree
- View our course catalog
Admission Requirements for Undergraduate Degrees
Every application is reviewed by the admission committee on a case-by-case basis, meaning there are no set minimums for acceptance. However, all applicants must submit the following documents* for admission:
- Admission application
- Official high school transcripts
- Official college transcripts (if applicable)
- SAT, ACT, or CLT scores
- Admission essay
*Note that additional documentation may be requested by the admission committee after your application has been received.