ONO Academic College | B.A Program
In the last decade, the kitchen – and the craft of cooking, with its cultural characteristics – have held a place of honor in the crackdown of Israeli society’s multicultural and multigenerational connection. The kitchen serves as a magnet that helps reduce gaps; cooking is a bridge to the hearts of children, teenagers, and adults who face various challenges and difficulties.
During the studies, students will experiment with different materials and therapeutic processes in the kitchen through their studies. The students will study central theories that establish the place of food in the infrastructure of the mind and relationships, the place of cooking in the sensorimotor experience, nutrition, and more. The studies include a practicum and training.
The study program for the bachelor’s degree in Behavioral Sciences at Ono Academic College was built from the understanding of the special relationship between the behavioral sciences and the arts – and while examining the interrelationships between them and the behavior of the individual, society, and culture. The program deals with human behavior and is expressed on three parallel levels: the individual (psychology), society (sociology), and culture (anthropology).
The program combines theoretical and practical courses in the dimension of human behavior that is not always verbal and is expressed through the arts.