Career options for Behaviour Science graduates
Many graduates who have completed a degree in Behaviour Science continue their education in order to start academic or research career. But, of course, it is not the only career option for those who have completed a degree in this area. A degree in Behavioral Science provide strong knowledge background in many areas, including Sociology, Statistics, Anthropology, Biology and Psychology, which means a wide range of possible career options for Behaviour Science graduates. Here are just some of them.
Special Education Teacher
Special education teachers work with children (and sometimes adults) with various disabilities. They also adapt the regular school curriculum to the needs of people with learning disorders, and are engaged in their socialization.
Police officer is also one of the unusual and interesting career path for Behavioral Science graduates. Knowledge in the field of sociology and psychology will help a specialist to work with criminals and help victims. However, such a responsible position requires additional skills besides the degree in the field of behavioral science - at least, good physical form.
This is a perfect choice for people who care about others and wish to help those who needs help. In some countries, applicants for a job in Social Work area need also to complete special courses, but in many places in the world a good degree in Social Sciences (including Behavioral Sciences), compassion for people and a desire to work - sufficient conditions for employment.
Actually, all career paths opened for Psychology and Sociology graduates are opened for Behavior Science graduates - and all the missing knowledge can be acquired through internships.