B. A. in Behavioural Sciences
The Peres Academic Center undergraduate program in Behavioral Sciences was developed with two main objectives in mind:
- Academic Excellence: Studying the professional foundations from leading lecturers, while involving the students in the most contemporary studies and advanced therapeutic methods in this developing and progressive field.
- Career and Advanced Degree Preparation: Preparing the students for advanced degrees in the field and for an immediate career that requries practical tools and skills that ensure an advantage toward obtaining a job, inter alia, through practical experience acquired during the study program. As part of the program, students are able to take a preparatory course for the standardized examination (Mitam).
In addition, the curriculum places an emphasis not only on the scientific, academic and research aspect, but also on new schools of psychology, which emphasize people’s ability to cope with challenges and the importance of joy and satisfaction in life as an empowering force of human life.
Labor market – What do graduates with a degree in behavioral sciences do?
Graduates with undergraduate degrees in Behavioral Sciences can find employment immediately upon graduation in the field of human resources, group instruction, therapeutic guidance, coaching and more.
What are further continuing options available to graduates with a B.A. in Behavioral Sciences?
Bachelors of Behavioral Sciences seeking to become psychologists or continue with academic research can enroll in two graduate programs offered by the Peres Academic Center:
Graduate degree in Educational Psychology [M.A.] and a graduate degree in Organizational Consulting and Development [M.A.]