Behavioral & Social Sciences

As Christians, we are called to serve “the least of these,” which in our culture includes those in poverty, struggling through mental health issues, disabilities, broken families and other situations. SEU’s behavioral and social sciences degrees prepare you to be the light in the lives of the hurting. You will also be given the background and skills you need to excel in one of our many graduate degree programs so that you can further your education and become a critical leader in this growing field.

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Larry Hazelbaker

Dean, College of Behavioral & Social Sciences
863.667.5161 |
Spence Hall 222

Department of Counselor Education Graduate Program

Clifford J. Hurndon

Chair, Department of Counselor Education Graduate Program
863.667.5903 |
Spence Hall 227

Rosalind S. Goodrich

Associate Professor of Psychology
863.667.5164 |
Spence Hall 226

Michael W. Grogan

Associate Professor of Psychology
863.667.5211 |
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Adrian T. Manley

Associate Professor of Human Services/Administration

Department of Human Services

Kenneth E. Stephens

Chair, Department of Human Services UG and Graduate Programs
863.667.5177 |
Spence Hall 228

Christina M. Gard

Assistant Professor of Psychology
863.667.5658 |

Amanda J. Vinson

Instructor of Human Services/Administration

Marcia B. Wynn

Assistant Professor of Human Services

Department of Psychology

James E. Paton

Chair, Department of Psychology
863.667.5919 |
Spence Hall 223

Jeremy P. Cummings

Assistant Professor of Psychology

Valinda A. Harlan

Instructor of Counseling

Department of Social Work

Marleen Milner

Chair, Department of Social Work
863.667.5163 |
Spence Hall 231

Pam Criss

Professor of Social Work
863.667.5153 |
Spence Hall 233

Erica H. Sirrine

Associate Professor of Social Work