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Each course of study in the behavioral sciences is designed to provide a pre-professional foundation for careers and graduate study. Approximately one-third of Capital graduates go onto study and earn advanced degrees in psychology and law.
Bachelor's degree holders find employment in a variety of discipline-related occupations. They work as employment officers, probation officers, teachers, political analysts, behavioral management technicians, psychiatric aides and counselors, child development specialists, personnel analysts, laboratory technicians, health care workers, case managers and data analysts.
Please, direct questions about internship credits to the department's internship coordinator, Dr. Janette McDonald (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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