Exceptional Student Education, M.A., with Applied Behavior Analysis Specialization
Earn a Master's degree in Exceptional Student Education which includes all coursework required to qualify for the BCBA exam. Out-of-State tuition fee waivers are available for online students.
You can begin the ABA coursework as a non-degree student and apply for admission to the master’s program. Up to 12 semester hours taken as a non-degree seeking student may be used towards the Exceptional Student Education masters program.
|EDF 6225||Foundations of Applied Behavior Analysis||3|
|EDF 6226||Behavioral Assessments||3|
|EDF 6223||Applied Behavior Analysis and System Support||3|
|EDF 6222||Concepts of Applied Behavior Analysis||3|
|EDF 6224||Supervision and Management Fluency||3|
|EDF 6437||Measurement and Single Case Design||3|
|EDF 6557||Ethics in Applied Behavior Analysis||3|
|Choose 3 of the following:|
|EDF 6325||Autism and the Law||2|
|EDF 6220||Behavior Analysis of Performance||2|
|EDF 6221||Intensive Intervention in Autism and Related Disabilities||2|
|EDF 6229||Curriculum Design, Stimulus, Equivalence, and Generativity (May substitute EDF6227 or 6944)||2|
|EDF 6227||Experimental Analysis of Behavior||2|
|EDF 6944||Advanced Single Case Design||2|
|Total Credit Hours: 30|
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