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Undergraduate QASP-S Online Course Sequence

Our QASP-S course sequence meets the coursework requirements for the Qualified Autism Service Practitioner-Supervisor (QASP-S) credential. These courses can also be used as an elective sequence within the online B.S. in Health Sciences degree offered at UWF.

Undergraduate Course Sequence (QASP-S)
Course No.DescriptionCredits
HSC 3102 Health Science Essentials of Behavior Analysis 3
HSC 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 4654 Ethical Considerations in Analysis of Behavior in Health Science 1
HSC 4936 Accelerated Topics in Behavior Analysis in Health Science 2
Total Credit Hours: 15

*HSC 4654 and HSC4936 are corequisites and must be taken at the same time.

  • Non-Degree Seeking 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 course sequence to meet the requirements for QASP-S credential eligibility.
  • HSC 3102 meets the training requirements for the Applied Behavior Analysis Technician (ABAT) examination.

Register for the BCaBA Sequence

QASP-S Student Registration: Follow the registration instructions for the BCaBA course sequence. Then, contact the Center for Behavior Analysis at 850.474.2704 or to inform the department that you are pursuing the QASP-S course sequence.

Add our online QASP-S 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 or as a minor in Behavior Analysis.

Military and veteran students may find additional support through the UWF Military & Veterans Resource Center.