Graduate Non-Degree Seeking BCBA Online Course Sequence

Students who already possess a Masters degree or who are enrolled in a Masters program at a different institution may enroll in our 6-course BACB-verified course sequence to meet the requirements for BCBA certification.

Course No.DescriptionCredits
EDF 6225 Foundations of Applied Behavior Analysis 3
EDF 6226 Behavior Assessments, Interventions, and Outcomes 3
EDF 6223 Positive Behavior Supports and Systems 3
EDF 6437 Measurement in Single Case Design 3
EDF 6944 Advanced Single Case Design 3
EDF 6557 Ethics in Applied Behavior Analysis 3


Elective Course No.Elective DescriptionCredits
EDF 6222 Concepts of Applied Behavior Analysis 3
EDF 6227* Experimental Analysis in Behavior 3

*EDF 6227 may be taken as a substitute for EDF 7944

Funding Options for Non-Degree Seeking Students

  • Non-degree seeking students may apply for continuing education loans to pay for courses.  Two examples are listed below:
    • Sallie Mae 
    • Wells Fargo
    • When applying for a continuing education loan, make sure to use this school code for UWF continuing education: 00395598
    • Please contact our office via phone or email once your loan is approved, and our team members will assist with registration

Credits Earned as a Non-Degree Seeking Student at UWF may be used in a Masters Program!

Students may take a maximum of 12 semester hours as a non-degree student at UWF and apply those credits to a master's degree program at UWF. That is, students may begin the ABA coursework as a non-degree student and apply for admission to the MA in Exceptional Student Education with Specialization in ABA degree program for a later semester. 

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