Students pursuing careers in psychology and/or education have the opportunity to partake in the learning environment of Crowder College Behavior Support Center. CCBSC provides evidence-based interventions to children with autism, developmental disabilities and/or behavior challenges. Students who enroll in PSYC 290 have the opportunity to utilize textbook knowledge in an hands-on field experience. For more information, contact CCBSC at (417) 451-2450.
Behavior Technician certificate – Please refer to the current catalog for complete information.
Students wanting to pursue a degree in Applied Behavior Analysis should earn an Associate of Arts degree in Psychology – Autism Option (See the Psychology AA Recruiting Sheet).