B.S. in Psychology | Minor in ABA Certification
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Emphasis
Bachelor's level (Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst)/ (BCaBA)
Students pursuing certification in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) at the Bachelor's level must meet the following requirements before applying to take the certification exam:
- Obtain a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology or a related field.
- Complete the required coursework in ABA which includes:
- PSYC 3330 – Principles of Applied Behavior Analysis
- PSYC 3350 – Assessment in Applied Behavior Analysis
- PSYC 3370 - Interventions in Applied Behavior Analysis
- Complete one of the following to meet the required number of hours of supervised experience via:
- University Approved Practicum (670 hours)
- PSYC 4700: Practicum in ABA I (3 Credits)
- PSYC 4730: Practicum in ABA II (3 Credits)
- PSYC 4760: Practicum in ABA III (3 Credits)
- Independent Fieldwork (1000 hours)
For more general information about the BCaBA certification, please visit the Behavior Analysts Certification Board's website.