The College of Education offers a 27 credit-hour program leading to an advanced certificate in applied behavior analysis. Our program is registered as licensure-qualifying by the NYS Education Department. Our program helps students meet the educational requirements to become a licensed behavior analyst, providing the foundation for graduates to practice independently in the state.
The advanced certificate in applied behavior analysis is open to students who hold a master's or higher degree in a related field, such as education, psychology, or other subject areas that address learning and behavioral change.
|EDU 528||Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion||3|
|EDU 565||Assessment of Students with||3|
|EDU 778||Nature Autism: Theory & Practice||3|
|Required ABA Coursework|
|EDU 753||Concepts/Principles ABA||3|
|EDU 754||Ethics/Prof Conduct ABA||3|
|EDU 755||Functional Behavior Anal||3|
|EDU 756||Adv. Princpls of Applied Behav Analysis||3|
|EDU 757||Rsrch Methods & Applied Behavioral Anal||3|
|EDU 758||Supervised Field Experience in ABA||1|
|EDU 759||Maintenance of Client Records||2|
|Other ABA-Specific Courses|
|EDU 750||Phil Found of Applied Behavior Analysis||3|
|EDU 752||Designing & Implementing Behavior Change||3|
Prerequisite courses may be taken at other universities (an official graduate transcript required) or as part of the advanced certificate. EDU 750 Phil Found of Applied Behavior Analysis and EDU 752 Designing & Implementing Behavior Change are additional courses intended to fulfill coursework requirements toward credentialing as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst.