Behavioral Science

Associate of Arts

The Associate of Arts degree in Behavioral Science provides an interdisciplinary approach to understanding human behavior within a global world view. Foundation courses at the associate level introduce behavioral science students to the biological, psychological, social, and cultural variables of human behavior.

Contact Person

Dr. Alyce Bunting
Office I in the Social Science Building
Email: Alyce.Bunting@texarkanacollege.edu
Phone: (903) 823-3222

Dr. Phyllis Gardner
Office A in the social Science Building
Email: Phyllis.Gardner@texarkanacollege.edu
Phone: (903) 823-3387

The following is a suggested course of study which will satisfy the requirements for the Associate of Arts degree at Texarkana College.

FRESHMAN YEAR


 

1st Semester Hours   2nd Semester Hours
BCIS 1305……………… 3   #Visual/Perf.Arts………….. 3
ENGL 1301…………….. 3   BIOL/GEOL/CHEM/PHYS…. 4
HIST 1301……………… 3   ENGL 1302………………….. 3
Elective (college level). 3   HIST 1302…………………… 3
SOCI 1301……………… 3   PSYC 2301………………….. 3
Total…………………………… 15   Total…………………………………. 16

 

SOPHOMORE YEAR


 

1st Semester Hours   2nd Semester Hours
BIOL/GEOL/CHEM/PHYS. 4   GOVT 2306……………….. 3
Humanities Core………… 3   MATH (college level)……. 3
GOVT 2305……………….. 3   Behavioral Sciences…….. 3
PSYC 2314………………… 3   SPCH 1315………………… 3
Elective (college level)…. 3-4   *Elective (college level)… 3
Total……………………….. 16-17   Total………………………… 15

TOTAL HOURS 62-63

*SOCI 2301, 2336, or foreign language recommended.

**TAMU-T requires PSYC 2308 for education majors.

#ARTS 1301, DRAM 1310, 2366, HUMA 1315, MUSI 1301, MUSI 1306.