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].
|Classroom Based Courses 1|
|PSY 664||Ethics and Professional Conduct in Behavior Analysis||3|
|PSY 665||Advanced Topics in Applied Behavior Analysis||3|
|PSY 666||Concepts and Principles of Applied Behavior Analysis||3|
|PSY 667||Assessment and Treatment of Language Learning||3|
|PSY 668||Functional Assessment and Treatment of Aberrant Behavior||3|
|PSY 669||Professional Issues in Designing and Monitoring Interventions||3|
|Practicum Courses 2|
|PSY 674||Applications of ABA in Development Disabilities||3|
|PSY 675||Advanced Applications of Applied Behavior Analysis II||3|
|PSY 676||Application of ABA: Principles and Concepts||3|
|PSY 677||Application of the Assessment and Treatment of Language and Learning||3|
|PSY 678||Application of the Assessment and Treatment of Learning||3|
|PSY 679||Advanced Application of ABA||3|
|Total Credit Hours||36|
Classroom-based courses are offered in a face-to-face didactic format.
Practicum course experiences are provided within University of Miami-based ABA training clinics. Each practicum course requires students complete 12 hours per/week of supervised clinical work.