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Applied Behavior Analysis

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Testing

Program Title

Applied Behavior Analysis

Degree Designation

PSYD

Award Type

Doctorate

Program Level

Graduate

Instruction Mode

On Campus

Program Description

The PsyD in Applied Behavior Analysis provides students with advanced academic and professional training in behavior analysis. Graduates earn the leadership skills necessary to be competitive in today's diverse clinical ABA field. Students who complete the program will meet the requirements for the Doctoral-Level Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA-D) certification.


College/School

College of Health and Wellness Professions

Status

Active

Admission Requirements

What previous degree and/or experience is required prior to admission to this program?

Bachelors Degree

Minimum GPA in previous graduate work for admission.

3

Other requirements applicants MUST complete prior to admission.

Undergraduate GPA of 2.75 or higher (master's GPA of 3.00 or higher if applicant is a graduate student)

Required GPA for graduation

3

Minimum Course Grade

C+ (2.33)

Number of credits in program

93

Requirements

Program Learning Outcomes

Outcome

Apply legal, financial, marketing, and health-care strategies to behavior-analytic practice in various communities.

Outcome

Employ behavioral philosophies, principles, and practices in various clinical-practice settings.

Outcome

Effectively teach behavior analysis to undergraduates.

Outcome

Demonstrate appropriate management and supervisory practices in a clinical environment.

Outcome

Design appropriate management, curricular, and other support systems given various goals and constraints.

Degree Maps

Major Code

8333

Program Code

7978