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The focus of the Applied Behavioral Science (ABS) track in Criminal Justice and Social Problems is both academic and practical. The program develops students' reasoning and methodological skills and knowledge of recent scholarship in deviance, criminology and criminal justice.

Applied Behavioral Science News

Linda Caron named dean of the College of Liberal Arts

Linda Caron has a wealth of experience and has been instrumental in the growth of the College of Liberal Arts — in facilities, events and programs.
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Applied Behavioral Science Program Nominates Carole Ahossin to Receive It’s 2016-2017 CoLA’s Outstanding Graduate Student Award

Carole Ahossin is an international student in the Applied Behavioral Sciences Program that comes from Benin, West Africa. Ms. Ahossin was selected and has worked as a graduate teaching assistant for the ABS program for the past two years and her performance in this role has been exemplary. Carole has obtained a Bachelor’s degree from Wright State and will complete her cumulating research project this summer.
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