Sadie Lovett, PhD, BCBA-D
Psychology Bldg., room 451
The degree program in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) reflects a commitment to train highly skilled applied behavior analysts. The ABA program adheres to a scientist-practitioner model that emphasizes both clinical skills as well as an understanding of behavioral research. Students of the ABA program prepare to become Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA) and to work with a variety of clinical populations, such as individuals with autism or intellectual disabilities, individuals with traumatic brain injuries, or children with pediatric feeding disorders. Students complete an eight-course sequence that is approved by the Behavior Analysis Certification Board as meeting the coursework requirements for eligibility to become a BCBA. Students also complete up to 480 supervised internship hours and a thesis project as part of this program.
Prerequisites: PSY 300 (or approved equivalent).
MS in Applied Behavior Analysis Core Courses Credits: 28