Behavior and Culture Studies: Connecting Your Academic Interests to Job Opportunities!
The Behavior and Culture Studies job family features career information and job opportunities for students looking for ways to utilize the skills and experience acquired from coursework focused on society, human relationships, communities, global connections and more. This job family frequently involves interacting with and analyzing people, cultures and relationships.
For more information on majors found within Behavior and Culture Studies, connect with the Office of Advising Services to explore your major options.
Today’s economies are complex. The job opportunities are vast and many are hidden from view so it’s difficult to know about all the possibilities available to you. The information below will help you discover and learn more about specific opportunities within the Behavior and Culture Studies job family. You’ll find sample job titles, places you might work, career exploration resources, video profiles of professionals working in this job family, and ways to gain experience. The Labor Market Insights tool provides real-life data on employment trends, salaries, top employers, necessary skills and more for many of these occupations.
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Sample Bachelor's Level Job Titles
Check out these Sample Bachelor’s Level Job Titles for Behavior and Culture Studies. This list represents some of the possible job titles based on careers connected to the Behavior and Culture Studies pathway. It was created to help you start your search, and there are hundreds of similar positions.
Places Where You Could Work
Places Where You Could Work with Behavior and Culture Studies provides examples of specific employers where students might work including large corporations, non-profit organizations, government agencies, educational institutions, healthcare providers, and more.
Career Exploration Resources
Review these resources to learn more about careers within the Behavior and Culture Studies job family.
On average, students with real-world experience receive more job offers and a higher starting salary when they graduate. Gain Experience in Behavior and Culture Studies provides examples of opportunities to add experience and gain valuable skills that are applicable to the workplace.
Career Profile Videos
Watch these videos to hear from professionals, including some UNT alumni, working in Behavior and Culture Studies.