Behavior Analysis Welcome Packet
What are the goals and objectives of the M.S. in Behavior Analysis?
The Master of Science in Behavior Analysis is accredited by the Association for Behavior Analysis International . Graduates of the program meet the academic requirements for the Behavior Analyst Certification Board examination for the BCBA and BCaBA.
The program is designed to provide academic, research, clinical, and professional training in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis. The program goals for the M.S. in Behavior Analysis are:
- To provide courses to graduate students in Behavior Analysis that will lead to the M.S. degree in Applied Psychology with a Behavior Analysis emphasis.
- To provide internship experiences and supervision for graduate students in Behavior Analysis.
- To provide research experiences for graduate students in Behavior Analysis.
- To provide academic, professional, and career advising and guidance to graduate students in Behavior Analysis.
- To develop interdisciplinary skills for students in Behavior Analysis through the interaction with other programs and agencies.