New Student Registration - Undergraduate Course Sequence

All new Undergraduate students must start with the Health Science Essentials of Behavior Analysis (HSC 3102) Course.


Summer and Fall 2019 Course Offerings

Our courses have interactive online weekly course meetings.  Students must attend the first class meeting but then have the option to attend and participate live or to watch the recording of each course at another time during the week. 

Spring 2019

HSC 3102 - Health Science Essentials of Behavior Analysis, is the first course in the undergraduate level Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) course sequence.  This course also meets education requirements for the Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) exam. The course will run from 6/10/19-8/9/19 and will have live meetings on Wednesdays at 6:30 PM Central Time.  

Fall 2019

HSC 3102 - Health Science Essentials of Behavior Analysis, is the first course in the undergraduate level Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) course sequence.  This course also meets education requirements for the Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) exam. The course will run from 8/26/19-10/18/19 and will have live meetings on Wednesdays at 6:30 PM Central Time.  

HSC 3114 - Problem Identification and Functional Assessment in Health Science, is the second course in the undergraduate BCaBA course sequence.  The course will run from 10/21/19-12/14/19 and live meetings are TBA. 

How to Register

If you are already admitted to UWF as a degree-seeking student, you may add HSC 3102 to your schedule for Summer or Fall 2019. 

If you plan to take HSC 3114 this Fall, you must pass HSC 3102 with a grade of "B" or higher.  You are welcome to register early, but just need to email aba@uwf.edu to request a permission code. We will verify that HSC 3102 is on your schedule before processing the permission code. 

If you are a new non-degree seeking student, complete a non-degree seeking graduate or undergraduate application. Use the link below to apply for the semester that you plan to enroll (Spring, Summer, or Fall). 

Apply

You may choose the "BCaBA undergraduate course sequence" as your field of study. 

It usually takes at least 24 hours for that application to process.  Once it has processed, you will be sent a UWF ID# from Admissions.  Once you have your UWF ID, you can log in to the myUWF portal and complete the two remaining tasks:

1. Follow the instructions to remove the financial responsibility hold.

Remove Financial Responsibility Hold 

2. To remove immunization hold, you will need your UWF ID. Immunization records are required of all students, but you have the option to decline or exempt yourself from the immunizations since you will be an online student.

Remove Immunization Hold 

Once you are admitted and holds are removed, you may add the course(s) directly to your schedule. 

Transfer Students

If you have credits from another ABA program, please see our transfer student instructions. We encourage you to please reach out to our office at aba@uwf.edu or (850) 474-2704 with questions at any time.