B.A. in Psychology and Sociology M.A. in Applied Psychology
College of Arts and Sciences,School of Humanities and Social Sciences
As a program coordinator, Jordan directly works with families and individuals with autism spectrum disorders and other developmental disabilities.
Using Learned Skills
Jordan designs treatment plans to improve social, educational and life skills by collecting and evaluating data.
Becoming a Leader
Jordan realized at Rider the career he wanted to pursue: making an impact on people’s lives everyday.
Why Jordan chose Rider
Even before stepping onto Rider’s campus as a student, Jordan knew that the university's close-knit community was the environment he was looking for and would provide him with a place to thrive. Thanks to Rider's small class sizes and hands-on learning opportunities that encourage students to explore their interests, Jordan decided that Rider would allow him to get the most out of his college experience.
One of the most valuable things Rider taught me was to take advantage of opportunities to gain real-life experience. This allows students to be much more informed in their careers and adds depth to class discussions.”
Jordan Hulass '16, '17
Lead program coordinator at Potential Inc.
Rider’s impact on Jordan’s career
Like many fellow Broncs, Jordan began his undergraduate journey at Rider unsure of where he wanted to take his career path. Initially beginning as an English major, Jordan began to develop an interest within the psychology and sociology fields after taking an introduction to behavior analysis course.
After learning about the accelerated degree option for an M.A. in Applied Psychology, Jordan chose to pursue a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and Sociology preparing for his focus in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA).
Since obtaining both his bachelor's and master's degrees from Rider, Jordan has become a lead program coordinator with Potential Inc. He continues working with individuals on the spectrum and guides them and their families on the road towards positive behaviors. Rider helped Jordan reach the goal of discovering his professional passion and making a meaningful impact everyday on people’s lives.