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Behavior, Culture and Context Exploration

Campus: Columbus

Program: University Exploration

Undecided students in behavior, culture and context exploration are curious about their own individuality and role within society. They learn to understand human behavior from a variety of disciplines and lenses. This area includes majors in the humanities and social sciences that are great opportunities for students who love learning about people, cultures and relationships.

Sample majors:

  • anthropology
  • English
  • history
  • sport industry
  • strategic communication
  • psychology

Students in University Exploration focus primarily on general education course work, prerequisite courses for competitive majors, and courses to explore majors when they are appropriate and suggested by an academic advisor. Working closely with academic advisors, students maintain degree progress and stay on track for a timely graduation.

Find sample curriculum for the behavior, culture and context meta-major at exploration.osu.edu/fields-of-study.

Exploration Program
352 Denney Hall
164 Annie & John Glenn Ave.
Columbus, OH 43210
614-292-0646
exploration.osu.edu

Behavior, Culture and Context is one of six meta-majors in University Exploration.

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