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Department of Health and Behavioral Sciences

Message from the Department Chair

Mona AlHaddad , PhD

Chair, Heath and Behavioral Sciences Department

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Dear students, faculty, and staff,

On behalf of the Chair of the Department of Health and Behavioral Sciences, I would like to extend a warm welcome to all of you. Our department is dedicated to promoting excellence in the fields of psychology, speech, language, and hearing sciences, as well as offering specialized programs such as the Master in Speech and Language Pathology and the Master in Applied Behavior Analysis.

Department Objectives

1- Provide a rigorous and comprehensive curriculum that equips students with a strong foundation of knowledge and skills in their respective fields. Our programs are designed to foster critical thinking, research proficiency, and evidence-based practice.
2- Prepare students with the necessary professional competencies for successful careers in their chosen fields, such as effective communication, ethical decision-making, and cultural competence.
3- Recognize the value of interdisciplinary collaboration and encourage collaboration across different programs and fields of study to promote a holistic approach to healthcare and enhance the overall well-being of individuals.
4- Emphasize the importance of research and scholarship in advancing knowledge and improving practice in health and behavioral sciences.
5- Offer opportunities for students to gain hands-on experience through clinical placements, internships, and practical training, to apply their knowledge and skills in real-world settings, for their future careers.
6- Actively engages with the community through outreach programs, partnerships with local organizations, and the provision of clinical services, to address the diverse needs of the community and promote health and well-being.

Department Programs

Bachelor of Science in Psychology

Bachelor of Science in Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences

Master of Science in Speech Language Pathology

Master of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis

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