Behavioral Sciences

The Department of Behavioral Sciences at the University of Findlay provides students with strong backgrounds in psychology and political science.

Graduate School Prep
Our students participate in research, give presentations, attend national conferences and build the skills they need to successfully pursue graduate school.

You can add one of our minors to almost any major. Click on any minor that interests you to see the course requirements in our online catalog:

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Research Project Designed to Positively Impact Struggling Rural Japanese Communities

Research Project Designed to Positively Impact Struggling Rural Japanese Communities

Three University of Findlay students and a professor are launching a grant-funded 2-year longitudinal research project that will focus on ways to reverse adverse trends affecting rural Japanese communities. Included will be a 4-week trip this summer to conduct ethnographic […]

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From Plans to Reality: Matt Stimmel ’02 Finds His Calling

From Plans to Reality: Matt Stimmel ’02 Finds His Calling

This is the first in a series of stories heralding the many great people of the University of Findlay and the ways they support our mission of preparing students for meaningful lives and productive careers. Stagecraft is defined as the […]

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Religion Professor Serves as Special Journal Issue Guest Editor

Religion Professor Serves as Special Journal Issue Guest Editor

Song-Chong Lee, Ph.D., associate professor of religion at University of Findlay, recently served as a guest editor for a special journal issue focusing on Korean religion. Titled “The Role and Meaning of Religion for Korean Society,” the issue in Religions […]

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