Master of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis
The M.S. in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) program’s fully online curriculum is paired with required clinical experiences to provide a rigorous, yet flexible program that prepares students to become Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA) and New York State Licensed Behavior Analysts. Applied Behavior Analysts utilize the science and principles of behavior to aid individuals with a variety of disabilities, including autism spectrum disorders. Students may acquire field experience in a variety of settings, including schools, residential facilities, healthcare organizations, or community settings. Students may enroll full or part-time and can complete the 41-credit program in as little as two years.
Courses are taught through online instruction.
- APPL-6005 Applied Behavior Analysis I (3 credits)
- APPL-6010 Applied Behavior Analysis II (3 credits)
- APPL-6015 Single Subject Design and Measurement (3 credits)
- APPL-6020 Developing and Increasing Socially Significant Behaviors (3 credits)
- APPL-6025 Functional Behavior Assessment (3 credits)
- APPL-6030 Ethics in Applied Behavior Analysis (3 credits)
- APPL-6035 Supervision and Staff Training (3credits)
- APPL-6040 Maintaining Client Records in ABA (2 credits)
- EDUC- 6045 Teaching Diverse Learners (3 credits)
- APPL-6045 Autism Spectrum Disorder & Evidence Based Practices (3 credits)
Thesis and Capstone
- APPL-7001 ABA Capstone I (2 credits)
- APPL-7002 ABA Capstone II (2 credits)
- APPL-7003 ABA Capstone III (2 credits)
- APPL-7005 Practicum I (3 credits)
- APPL-7010 Practicum II (3 credits)
For more information, please contact the School for Graduate Studies at firstname.lastname@example.org.