The Master of Science degree in Applied Behavior Analysis provides: (a) coursework required for Board Certified Behavior Analyst certification, (b) support in obtaining the experience required for Board Certified Behavior Analyst certification, and (c) opportunities for independent research. Graduates of this program will be prepared to work in applied settings such as schools, hospitals, and other organizations as Applied Behavior Analysts.
Students will be required to complete 40 hours of designated course and practicum work including 12 hours of an intensive practicum experience and an Applied Behavior Research Capstone project (2 credits) or thesis (4 credits).
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