Social and Behavioral Sciences Pathway
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Are you fascinated by people, society, and institutions or curious about human cognition, behavior, and relationships? How about the ways in which the world is interconnected?
Programs in this LCP reflect an interest in how societies and people change over time and prepare students for a wide range of careers in which understanding human behavior and/or diverse cultures and societies is an asset.
Cerritos College MAJORS
A Associate Degree
Most majors can prepare students for a wide variety of occupations. The following list reflects a range of options, some of which require advanced degrees. Please note that this is not exhaustive list.
- Adoption Agent
- City Planner
- Clinical Psychologist
- College Professor
- Counseling Psychologist
- Foreign Service Officer
- Labor Relations Specialist
Need more info on these and other Occupations? Check out:
Need help choosing a major or career goal? We can help!
- Wei Zhou, Humanities/Social Sciences Division
- Claudia Quilizapa (Academic)
- Harvey Chew (Academic)
- Rosa Carrillo (Academic)
- Shelia Hill (Academic)
- Traci Ukita (Career)
- Marvelina Graf (Transfer)
- Amy Holzgang
- Sara Chavez
Social Work Intern
- Victoria Dagdag
Academic Support Rep
- Cindy Bertea
- Edward Chi
Interested in learning more about the Social and Behavioral Sciences LCP?
Plan to transfer? The Transfer Center is here to help! Meet with a counselor or a university rep, attend workshops, learn about important timelines and more!
Get involved in Student Clubs & Organizations.
Check out our Upcoming Events to learn more about our programs and network with people who have similar interests to you.
Coming up: Fall Education Planning workshops
Career Cafe Looking for a Killer Career? Tues., Oct. 24 @ 1pm in MP 213
"Doing Well by Doing Good" Career Panel, Thur., Oct. 26 @ 5pm on Zoom
Programs in this pathway can help you develop these skills:
- Oral and written communication
- Active Listening
- Social Perceptiveness
- Understanding others
- Making symbolic connections
- Relating well to others
- Adapting to change
Programs in this pathway may appeal to people with these interests:
- Listening to other people’s viewpoints
- Understanding the human condition
- Learning about human cognition, behavior, and relationships
- Thinking of new ways to do things
- Communicating with different types of people
- Learning about societal impacts
- Serving the community