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.
|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 Description||Credits|
|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:
- Learn about UWF's payment plan option and short term loans
- Non-degree seeking students are not eligible for Federal Financial Aid.
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.
For more information, email us today at ABA@uwf.edu.