A bachelor’s degree in Behavior & Health from Boston University will prepare you for positions in a variety of health care organizations as well as advanced study in related professional fields.

Employment opportunities include:

  • community centers
  • social and human service organizations
  • health care organizations

Graduate study opportunities include:

  • anthropology
  • sociology
  • disability studies
  • law
  • social work
  • counseling and behavioral medicine
  • occupational therapy
  • special education
  • rehabilitation counseling
  • communication disorders

Questions about the BSBH Program?

Please visit BU Undergraduate Admissions or contact an Academic Counselor at BU Sargent College’s Academic Services Center (room 207, email sarugrad@bu.edu, or phone 617-353-2713).