Florida Tech Commons
Florida Tech Commons is home to the School of Psychology and the newly established Center for Student Success!
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Choose Florida Tech for Applied Behavior Analysis
Florida Tech's School of Psychology offers a family-oriented and close-knit academic environment. Students are able to work closely with professors and get to know fellow students especially with our small class sizes. Each student is assigned to a faculty adviser who assists with selecting courses, mentoring and offering guidance for career and/or graduate school opportunities. Qualified students are also encouraged to participate in faculty-led research, with some working in The Scott Center for Autism Treatment on campus.
Faculty members represent various disciplines within the field of psychology. Many graduate faculty members from our clinical, industrial-organizational, and applied behavior analysis programs teach undergraduate classes annually, making Florida Tech stand out among other applied behavioral analysis programs. In addition, we have faculty members working with autistic children in The Scott Center, researching new technologies for reducing self-injurious behavior, conducting animal training and exploring other special research topics.
As one of the top applied behavior analysis programs, it gives our student all the tools needed to succeed. Students have access to the new Florida Tech Commons, a building that houses the School of Psychology, classrooms, human research areas, observation and treatment rooms, computer facilities, two conference rooms and a student workroom/lounge. The Scott Center, Florida Tech's on-campus autism treatment facility, provides our students with an additional resource for gaining first-hand experience within their field.
If location is a factor in choosing between applied behavior analysis programs, look no further. The 130-acre campus is located on the subtropical Space Coast. A number of local Atlantic Ocean beaches are just minutes away from campus, and beach goers can enjoy the great weather the area offers year-round. In addition, Cape Canaveral, Kennedy Space Center and Walt Disney World are all a short drive away.