Minor in Applied Behavior Analysis

The Minor in Applied Behavior Analysis serves as the academic coursework component for students seeking to become certified as a Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA).  This program will provide students with the foundational knowledge of the field of behavior analysis including concepts, principles, measurement and experimental design, as well as the development of skills in behavior assessment, intervention planning, and ethical considerations.

Required Courses
PSYC 2225Child Development3
PSYC 3328Developmental Disabilities3
PSYC 3375Applied Behavior Analysis I3
PSYC 4445Learning and Behavior3
PSYC 4475Applied Behavior Analysis II3
PSYC 4485Ethics of Applied Behavior Analysis3
Total Credits18