The online Master's in Applied Behavior Analysis is designed for graduate students seeking to increase their knowledge and expertise in the field of applied behavior analysis; professionals preparing to work with individuals with autism, developmental disabilities and behavior challenges; as well as those who intend to sit for the Board Certified Behavior Analysis exam.
The program prepares professionals for a variety of occupations in education, business and health care. Applied behavior analysis expertise is valued in fields such as counseling and social work, speech pathology, teaching, behavioral consulting, therapy, and program management. Board certified behavior analysts work as teachers, school district behavior or autism specialists, ABA therapists, ABA program supervisors and business owners, researchers, and consultants for schools, businesses, and state or community agencies.
For additional program information, contact:
Brian S. Friedlander, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Education
Course of Study Coordinator for ACT 2, Masters in Special Education & Applied Behavior Analysis
For admission information, contact:
Graduate and Continuing Studies