Master of Science (Applied Behavioral Science Research)
Applied Behavioral Science Research aims at encouraging the development of personal and social qualities.
Expected Learning Outcomes (ELOs)
Ability to articulate behavioral science and research methodology-related knowledge, theories, and principles.
Ability to analyze and synthesize concepts, theories, and scientific findings To develop behavioral science knowledge in accordance with research professional ethics.
Ability to analyze and evaluate quantitative and qualitative research data, taking into consideration professional standards and research ethics.
Ability to apply and integrate knowledge of behavioral science to solve problems and develop individuals and society.
Ability to transfer academic knowledge and research results to various target groups at the appropriate level.
A. Mandatory subjects
– Research Methodology subject group
– Behavioral Sciences subject group
B. Elective subjects (Minimum)
Minimum in Total
A. Mandatory subjects (18 Credits)
Research Methodology subject group (12 Credits)
Methodology of Behavioral Science Research
Construction and Development of behavioral science measurement instruments
Statistics for analysis of behavioral science data
Behavioral Sciences subject group (6 Credits)
Psychological Behavioral Sciences
Behavioral science from multiple perspectives
B. Elective subjects (Minimum 6 Credits)
Students have the option to enroll in an elective research methodology subject group. and/or behavioral science subject group or elect to pursue other subjects outside the curriculum, outside work, and outside the university with the approval of the Program Administrative Committee and Graduate School. There must be a minimum of 6 credits of elective research methodology courses.
Government and private sector researchers or independent researchers.
An academician or lecturer at a higher education institution in a research area or field of study related to the description and development of individual and societal behavior, such as psychology, sociology, education, or human and social development.
Human resource management or practitioners of community and social development in government and non-profit organizations.
Project estimators and administrators of projects in the public and private sectors
Research and Training Management for Private Entrepreneurs.