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Learn the fundamentals of applied behavior analysis (ABA) while gaining valuable experience applying and evaluating its principles and methods in a supervised setting. In the Applied Behavior Analysis Certificate program, you will complete 18 credit hours of coursework and nine credit hours of supervised practicum. Upon completing the program, you will be eligible to sit for the BCBA® exam, which 89% of our 2020 graduates passed on their first attempt. This certificate program is for students currently holding a master's degree in an approved field of study. Designed for working professionals, this program offers evening courses and can be completed full-time in as few as three semesters.
Regis College’s School of Health Sciences is proud to offer our programs in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), including the Master of Science in ABA and Certificate in ABA, our comprehensive, high-quality educational ABA programs housed within the Department of Applied Behavior Analysis. Through a combination of coursework and supervised fieldwork experience, the ABA programs equip students with the knowledge and experience needed to become competent, professional clinicians who are proficient in the research and practice of ABA. The rigorous curriculum prepares students for certification as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)® through the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB)®, and combines students’ personal and professional goals, personalized mentorship, and advanced professional training.
In alignment with the mission of Regis College, we strive to uphold an inclusive and diverse Regis ABA community where every student and alumnus feels supported and connected. The ABA programs provide students with an historical and current scientific framework for interpreting and applying the science as future professionals in the field of behavior analysis, with the goal of delivering expert, socially significant service.
|Concepts and Principles 1: Introduction to Applied Behavior Analysis 1||3|
|Concepts and Principles 2: Experimental Analysis of Behavior 1||3|
|Treatment Evaluation 1||3|
|Behavior Assessment 1||3|
|Behavior Intervention 1||3|
|Ethical Practice in Applied Behavior Analysis 1||3|
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