Undergraduate BCaBA Online Course Sequence
Our ABAI-verified BCaBA course sequence consists of four courses taken at the undergraduate level. These courses can also be used as an elective sequence within the online B.S. in Health Sciences degree offered at UWF.
This coursework meets the requirements for the Behavior Analyst Certification Board 4th Edition Task List.
|Undergraduate Course Sequence (BCaBA)|
|HSC 3102||Health Science Essentials of Behavior Analysis||3|
|HSC 3992/3114||Problem Identification and Functional Assessment in Health Science||3|
|HSC 4720||Methodology in Behavior Analysis in Health Science||3|
|HSC 4580||Functional Applications of Behavior Analysis in Health Science||3|
- HSC 3102 meets the training requirements for the Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) Exam.
Non-Degree Seeking BCaBA Students: Students who already possess an undergraduate degree or who are enrolled in an undergraduate degree program at a different institution may enroll in our undergraduate -level Verified Course Sequence to meet the requirements for BCaBA certification.
*Students who wish to test under the Behavior Analyst Certification Board 4th Edition Task list requirements are able to take our 4 course undergraduate sequence. Students who choose this option must apply to take the exam before the requirements change in January of 2022. Additional undergraduate coursework for the 5th Edition Task List requirements will be offered starting in Fall 2020.
Refer to this newsletter from the Behavior Analyst Certification Board which outlines the transition to the 5th Edition Task List.
Add our online BCaBA sequence to your undergraduate degree
If you are seeking an undergraduate degree, please contact our office to inquire about how these courses can be used as an elective sequence within the online B.S. in Health Sciences degree offered at UWF.
- Learn more about the B.S. in Health Sciences degree
- Learn more about the B.S. in Health Sciences in Healthcare Administration degree
- Learn more about the B.S. in Health Sciences in Public Health degree
- It is each student's responsibility to read and understand the UWF Admission Requirements.
Funding Options for Non-Degree Seeking Students
Non-degree seeking students are not eligible for Federal Financial Aid but may apply for continuing education loans to pay for courses.
- Two examples include: Sallie Mae and 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.
- Learn about UWF's payment plan option and short term loans.