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Earn your Psychology degree at UCM - Lee's Summit

Designed for busy, career-driven students, UCM offers a B.A. in Psychology completion program at UCM - Lee's Summit.

Testimonial about the B.S. in Psychology degree at UCM

"I chose Psychology at UCM because of the real-life aspect of the program and the technology in it."
- Madeline Cramer, B.A. in Psychology alumna

Testimonial about the B.S. in Psychology degree at UCM

"I've been able to experience on-the-job training while assisting Dr. Lundervold in the Behavioral Medicine Lab."
- Amy Garcia, B.S. in Psychology graduate and current Psychology graduate student

Testimonial about the B.A. in Psychology degree at UCM

"I've been able to apply what I've learned in my classes to the real world and many of my other classes."
- Sara Thomas, B.A. in Psychology graduate and current Criminal Justice graduate student

Testimonial about the B.A. in Psychology degree at UCM

"The psychology professors at UCM were more than willing to be mentors. They genuinely cared about my goals and success."
- Brittany Echols, B.A. in Psychology alumna


Behavior Analysis Club

Behavior Analysis Club

Behavior Analysis Club photo

 

The Behavior Analysis Club is an approved university organization within the Department of Psychological Science. The purpose of the Behavior Analysis Club is to: (a) inform students about Behavior Analysis and what the field has to offer in terms of careers, (b) learn about current research and applications of behavior analysis, (c) create a forum for formal and informal discussions about Behavior Analysis to further the science of behavior, and (d) serve as a philanthropic organization. Members have the opportunity to network with future employers, participate in research forums, gain leadership experience, attend conferences, and participate in campus events.


How to Join the Behavior Analysis Club:
Any UCM student in the Department of Psychological Sciences, both undergraduate and graduate, may be a member. A yearly membership fee of $10 is required. Members of the Behavior Analysis Club will receive a T-Shirt or similar emblem/article. Members will vote on the type and design of the emblem/article for that year. To join the club please contact the club president or faculty advisor.


Faculty Advisor
Dr. Duane A. Lundervold, BCBA-D, LPC

 

President

Wendy Hayworth

Vice President

Taya Riediger

Secretary

Ashley Douglas

Treasurer

Bailey Herigon

Historian

Lindsey Hillhouse