Dee Dee Mitchell
Administrative Coordinator III
AST Program Coordinator
CDYC Program Coordinator
CALL Program Assistant
Dr. Dawn Young
|Associate Professors:|| Gail Hendrix
|Assistant Professors:||John Agan
Linda H. Scott
|Instructors:|| Anthony Forrest
Tony "Rocky" French
The mission of the Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences is to offer courses that complement and/or support degree programs at BPCC; to fulfill the needs of individuals seeking credentials or advanced training for promotion in law enforcement and corrections agencies; to offer students a comprehensive education program specifically designed to produce teacher candidates for university colleges of education; to meet the educational standards set by the State and federal governments for early childhood programs and satisfy the highest level of requirements in the Louisiana Quality Rating System (QRS) for providers of child care; to coordinate the Center for Adult Learning in Louisiana (CALL) Program for working adults interested in completing their education in an accelerated format; and to offer courses that transfer to other colleges and universities.
Bossier Parish Community College offers three associate degree programs in the area of Behavioral and Social Sciences:
Bossier Parish Community College is providing expanded education opportunities for peace officers completing the Louisiana POST (Police Officers Standards and Training) Council. Fifteen (15) hours of credit will be given in criminal justice courses at BPCC. Below are the courses students will receive credit for upon completion of three (3) semester hours in residence at Bossier Parish Community College. Additionally, students will be required to submit appropriate documentation of POST council certification.
For more information, please contact Brenda Williams at email@example.com (318-678-6381)
The Center for Adult Learning in Louisiana (CALL) Program is coordinated through the Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences. Working adults interested in finishing a degree or entering college for the first time have the option of enrolling in online, fast-track programs offered in accelerated formats! Online classes allow students flexibility in scheduling classes around a busy work schedule and personal responsibilities. Classes are taught in 4-week and 8-week accelerated formats giving students an opportunity to complete a degree in approximately 1 ½ years. For more information about the CALL Program, visit www.bpcc.edu/callstudents, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone 318-678-6050.
Certificate of Technical Studies:
Courses are taught through an innovative process that incorporates proven student success models with student preferred accelerated online delivery. Therefore, the courses are offered in 4-week and 8-week formats and result in a fast track to graduation.
Bossier Parish Community College‘s Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) is the process of earning credit for college-level learning through a variety of resources. More information on all forms of Prior Learning Assessment at BPCC are located within the Academic Policies and Procedures section of the General Catalog or by contacting BPCC’s Center for Adult Learning in Louisiana (CALL) Program at 318-678-6050 or email@example.com.
Transcript Evaluation. The CALL staff provides unofficial transcript evaluations to help adults determine how much credit may be used in an accelerated degree program at BPCC.