Ashford University

BA in Applied Behavioral Science (Does Not Lead to Licensure)

Employ your knowledge with your Bachelor of Arts in Applied Behavioral Science from Ashford University. Study ways to understand behavior and solve social problems. This interdisciplinary degree provides you with diverse perspectives with which to address problems and find solutions. Build a broad foundation of skills from the disciplines of logic, law, psychology, and sociology. Learn about individual, family, and community problems and their solutions. Your online courses include a wide variety of topics, from community organizing to diversity and ethical decision making. This online degree program demonstrates your competence and ability to build and maintain effective relationships.

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