The Department of Behavioral and Social Sciences at the University of Saint Francis offers four undergraduate and three graduate degree programs that have been designed to prepare you for entry-level employment or the advanced study of human behavior. Taught in the liberal arts tradition and enriched with Franciscan values, courses will ready you for a career serving others and your community in some of the fastest growing areas of employment in the United States.
Associate degree programs are also offered in Social Welfare, as well as Criminal Justice and Criminology. Minors are available in Psychology, Interpersonal Relations, Sociology, Sports in Society, and Diversity Studies.
The Department of Behavioral and Social Sciences is located in Suite 313 of the Pope John Paul II Professional Center (JPII) on USF’s Fort Wayne campus.