The BHS department offers instruction in academic and applied behavioral science areas
including criminal justice, early childhood education, liberal arts teaching, mental
health services across the life span, chemical dependency counseling, and early childhood
We provide transfer opportunities for our students and to prepare them for careers
in all areas of the behavioral sciences.
The department currently consists of 20 full-time faculty members, two non-teaching
educators and approximately 40 part-time faculty members. The BHS Department shares
a deep commitment to teaching and learning, and all members of our faculty strive
to make themselves accessible to their students. BHS offices are located in Hudson
Hall, Suite 403, and throughout Taconic Hall.