Applied Behavior Analysis, M.Ed.
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The M.Ed. in Applied Behavior Analysis is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills required to become Board Certified Behavior Analysts(R) (BCBA). This 36 credit degree program includes classroom-based courses in applied behavior analysis and a practicum course designed to meet the supervised fieldwork requirements to sit for the national BCBA exam.
Applied Behavior Analysis Courses (21 credits)
|EDEX 610||Instruction of Students with Severe and Multiple Disabilities||3|
|EDEX 701||Nature of Students with Autism||3|
|EDEX 715||Applied Behavior Analysis in Special Education||3|
|EDEX 716||Functional Behavioral Assessment and Behavior Interventions||3|
|EDEX 717||Ethics in Behavior Analysis||3|
|EDEX 809||Single-Case Research Designs in Special Education||3|
|Select one additional, related course in applied behavior analysis as approved by advisor||3|
|Total Credit Hours||21|
Practicum Course (15 credits)
|EDEX 718||Intensive Practicum in Applied Behavior Analysis (take for 3 credits each of five semesters)||15|
|Total Credit Hours||15|