Center for Behavior Analysis
In January 2013, The Clemson University Youth Learning Institute Center for Behavior Analysis was created in order to meet the growing global demands for quality behavior analysis services related to marginalized populations and the delivery of social services. Those populations include at-risk youth, foster care recipients, adjudicated minors, individuals with learning delays, individuals with physical and emotional disorders, and individuals with developmental and neurological disorders such as those characterized as Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The CBA is comprised of the following divisions:
- Online Credentialing in Behavior Analysis
- Community Support
- International Development
This is an exciting time at Clemson and YLI, and we invite you to continue to check back at this page for new and updated information. For more information about the Center for Behavior Analysis, please visit our website at www.clemsoncba.com.