General Program Requirements:
Number of Credits Required Beyond the Baccalaureate: 33
|ABA 5302||Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders: Effective Teaching Strategies||3|
|ABA 5303||Ethics and Applied Behavior Analysis||3|
|ABA 5304||Concepts and Principles of Behavior Analysis||3|
|ABA 5305||Single Subject Research Design||3|
|ABA 5306||Organizational Behavior Management - OBM||3|
|ABA 5307||Experimental Analysis of Behavior - EAB||3|
|ABA 5676||Applied Behavior Analysis||3|
|ABA 8787||Seminar on Verbal Behavior||3|
|ABA 9387||Practicum in Applied Behavior Analysis||6|
|EDUC 9996||Thesis Credits: Masters||3|
|Total Credit Hours||33|
Students are required to take two 150-hour practica for 3 credits each: ABA 9387 Practicum in Applied Behavior Analysis. Acceptable practicum sites are those engaged in applied behavior analysis practice/research with the ability to provide ongoing supervision to students in the discipline. A list of approved sites is available, although other sites can be approved by the program.
Students are required to conduct a rigorous behavior-analytic project in EDUC 9996 Thesis Credits: Masters. They write a report in publication format and then present the project and its findings in a formal defense before program faculty.