Explain how social, cultural, gender, and economic factors influence behavior and human interactions in societies around the world.
Investigate human behavior from biological, cognitive, behavioral, and sociocultural perspectives.
Demonstrate a basic understanding of the scientific methods that are at the core of psychology.
Evaluate and utilize theories and methodologies, necessary to plan, conduct, and especially interpret research results.
Apply the major theoretical approaches and perspectives in behavioral science to our daily lives and civic engagement.
Assess issues and problems within our society using behavioral science knowledge, and develop ethical solutions to address those issues.