School of Social and Behavioral Sciences

Our programs explore how humans think and learn; gain and use power; cooperate in families and society; create and enforce laws; and form identities. Our faculty also will help you develop valuable writing, analytical, and communications skills. Complete your degree online, in person, or through blended or independent study.

An undergraduate degree in social and behavioral science can lead to careers in:

  • Education
  • Public Health
  • Advocacy
  • Policymaking
  • Law
  • Social Services
  • Government Service

Registered Programs

Contact Us


Frank Vander Valk

Administrative Assistant

Jodi Almela
518-587-2100, ext. 2782

Directors of Academic Review

Kathy Hairston
315-472-5730 ext:3165

Louise Levine
212-647-7800 ext:1366

School Operations Coordinator

Linda Lawrence

Coordinator of Interdisciplinary and Multidisciplinary Studies

Cindy Conaway