Curriculum Structure
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Focus of the Curriculum
            The interdisciplinary program of BSRI focuses on research methodology and behavioral science content.  The research methodology includes research methods, measurement, statistics, and applying statistical software. The content of behavioral science covers the core contents of psychology, sociology, anthropology, political science, education, and other related areas are included so that the student can understand the influence of psychological, social, cultural, and environmental aspects on individual behavior.  The academic program systematically integrates both behavioral science and research methodology for searching, utilizing, and creating a body of knowledge that would lead the students to become responsible leaders in applied behavioral science research for individual and society development.
The master degree program focuses on socialization for enhancing the quality of life. The doctoral program extends substantial contents on work socialization so as to develop individuals’ desirable characteristics and skills for work effectiveness.

Qualifying Requirements
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  1. Type 2.2: Students holding a Bachelor degree must successfully complete no fewer than 90 credits of course work and a doctoral dissertation within 8 years.
  2. Type 2.1: Students holding Master degrees must successfully complete no fewer than 60 credits of     course work and a doctoral dissertation within 6 years.
  3. Type 1.1: Students holding Master degrees must successfully complete a doctoral dissertation (48 credits) within 6 years.

For M.S. program
Students holding Bachelor degrees must successfully complete no fewer than 39 credits of course work and a thesis within 5 years.