Topics of Study
The Applied Behavior Analysis graduate program is 38 credits and will take at least two years to complete. As part of the core requirement, students enrolled in ABA will complete an intensive practicum, a research thesis and an independent study.
The course sequence designed for the ABA program is predicated on the belief that an in-depth understanding of applied behavioral technology, experimental analysis, methodology and behavioral philosophy are requisite skills of a competent behavior analyst.
Topics of study, include, but are not limited to:
- Ethics and legal practices
- Principles of behavior analysis
- Functional behavior assessment
- Intervention development
- Science and behaviorism
- Complex behavior