Social Sciences, Behavioral Sciences, and Human Services (SBSHS)

What makes people tick? And how can those insights help our fellow humans? If you’re interested in serving the local or global community; healing people with mental or emotional issues; advocating for those who can’t; or inspiring students to learn and care about the society they inhabit, you’ll find this career path both challenging and gratifying.

Broward College grads are making a meaningful difference as psychologists, case managers, addiction counselors, teachers, HR specialists, government and political leaders. They work in healthcare, business, law, public agencies, nonprofits, K-12 schools, higher education and law enforcement.

Why SBSHS at Broward College?

Transfer opportunities to state and national universities and colleges.

Ranked first in the state for the number of industry certifications earned by students.

Ranked for affordability - among the lowest tuition rates in South Florida.

Industry partnerships that provide students with internships, apprenticeships, and job opportunities.

Paths to Completion


Your A.A. or A.S. from Broward College guarantees you transfer into any Florida university bachelor program to continue your education. You’ll save thousands in tuition by starting at Broward College.

Plus, Broward College graduates who earn their degree here, then transfer into state universities perform better and are more successful on average, than students who started at state universities as freshmen.

If you’re planning on getting a bachelor’s degree, then the Associate of Arts (AA) is for you. The AA satisfies the first two years at a college/university but at a much more affordable cost and smaller class sizes. The AA includes Broward College’s general education curriculum and elective credits. Students pursuing the AA use the elective credits to satisfy the prerequisite requirements for bachelor degree majors. Broward College offers a variety of courses to help students appropriately prepare for seamless transfer to a bachelor’s degree program at Broward College or another institution.  

Complete 2 years of specialized training designed to allow you enter the workforce in a high-demand career with guaranteed job skills or continue your education by transferring to a bachelor's program such as Broward College's BAS/BSN degrees or other articulated AS to Baccalaureate degree programs.


See where your Broward College degree can take you. 

Explore your options in SBSHS

Top ranked. Reasonably priced.

Your top-10 Aspen-ranked education costs less than most Florida university students pay. See for yourself.

Unsure which career is best?

Speak with an advisor who can help you establish and fulfill their educational and career goals.

Looking for non-degree options?

Broward College offers a variety of continuing education certificates.