This 21-credit non-licensure certificate is designed to increase the professional training of individuals responsible for designing, implementing, and monitoring behavioral treatment programs in schools and agencies, such as psychiatric hospitals.
This graduate certificate may be pursued on a part-time basis only, unless students complete the certificate in conjunction with the Master's in Special Education. With concurrent enrollment in the MEd, this certificate may be pursued on a full-time basis.
For policies governing all graduate certificates, see AP.6.8 Requirements for Graduate Certificates.
Total credits: 21
This certificate may be pursued on a full-time basis only.
|EDSE 619||Principles and Procedures of Behavior Analysis||3|
|EDSE 621||Applied Behavior Analysis: Empirical Bases||3|
|EDSE 622||Philosophical and Conceptual Issues in Behavior Analysis||3|
|EDSE 623||Applied Behavior Analysis: Assessments and Interventions||3|
|EDSE 624||Applied Behavior Analysis: Applications||3|
|EDSE 625||Applied Behavior Analysis: Verbal Behavior||3|
|EDSE 664||Ethical and Professional Conduct for Behavior Analysis||3|
EDSE 795 Standard Applied Behavior Analysis Practicum and EDSE 799 Intensive Applied Behavior Analysis Practicum may be taken to meet the Behavior Analysis Certification Board (BACB) supervised practicum requirements.