The behavioral sciences curriculum is designed to provide students with knowledge and research tools in two main areas of behavioral science - psychology and sociology. The program brings students face to face with a variety of materials and with the main issues being researched in the disciplines, while emphasizing how they interrelate. In addition, students will gain research skills through intensive courses on research methodology, statistics, measurement and computers. In their junior year, students take two research seminars, one in the field of psychology and the other in sociology. In the seminars, offered in small groups, each student conducts independent research as a guided study. The program meets the MA requirements of the departments of psychology and sociology at universities in Israel.
The program curriculum is based on 112 credit units, made up of 94 credit units of required courses and 18 credit units of electives.