Graduates of the behavioral healthcare major were celebrated and welcomed to the profession at the pinning ceremony last Thursday in the C.W. Bill Young Hall. Twenty-seven students graduated from the program over the weekend. The behavioral healthcare major exposes students to new, scientific-based treatment approaches for behavioral health issues as well as to issues in the organization, finances, and outcome of behavioral health services.
Behavioral healthcare majors welcomed to the profession in pinning ceremony
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