The Master's program specializing in Applied Behavior Analysis is a full-time graduate program for students who have earned a bachelor's degree in Psychology or a related field and are seeking further training and/or professional certification in Applied Behavior Analysis.  The 36-credit program begins each Fall and is designed to be completed in four consecutive semesters [Fall/Spring/Summer/Fall].  Students who complete the certificate program will meet all the University instructional coursework and experiential [practicum] requirements necessary to become a Board Certified Behavior Analyst [BCBA].

Curriculum Requirements

Classroom Based Courses 1
PSY 664Ethics and Professional Conduct in Behavior Analysis3
PSY 665Advanced Topics in Applied Behavior Analysis3
PSY 666Concepts and Principles of Applied Behavior Analysis3
PSY 667Assessment and Treatment of Language Learning3
PSY 668Functional Assessment and Treatment of Aberrant Behavior3
PSY 669Professional Issues in Designing and Monitoring Interventions3
Practicum Courses 2
PSY 674Applications of ABA in Development Disabilities3
PSY 675Advanced Applications of Applied Behavior Analysis II3
PSY 676Application of ABA: Principles and Concepts3
PSY 677Application of the Assessment and Treatment of Language and Learning3
PSY 678Application of the Assessment and Treatment of Learning3
PSY 679Advanced Application of ABA3
Total Credit Hours36