University of Dayton’s online Master of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) program offers class start dates three times per year — in January, May and September. Applications are now being accepted for the upcoming cohort; admission decisions are made on a rolling basis.
Early Priority Deadline
Sept. 2, 2019
July 12, 2019
Jan. 6, 2020
Sep. 9, 2019
Oct. 14, 2019
Nov. 11, 2019
Early application is strongly recommended, and the sooner you apply, the earlier you will receive an admission decision. If you apply by the priority deadline, you will receive an application fee waiver. Contact your admission counselor to find out if you are eligible for an application fee waiver prior to submitting your application.
If you want to become a behavior analyst, share ideas and experiences, and learn from others, then our online ABA program may be right for you. Ideal candidates are passionate about creating positive change and are able to work in collaborative learning environments.
A background in psychology, human services or counseling is preferred, but not required. To be eligible to apply to the ABA program, you must:
Hold a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university.
Have a strong academic record.
Application Submission Requirements
To be considered for admission to the ABA program, you must submit the following items:
Two letters of recommendation (one professional and one academic reference preferred)
The $50 application fee, if applying after the priority deadline
A personal statement
Official transcripts from all previously attended colleges or universities
Official transcripts may be sent directly from previously attended colleges or universities to the Office of Graduate Admission Processing. We request that you have all transcripts sent to:
Application Processing Services University of Dayton School of Education and Health Sciences 7900 Harkins Road Suite 501 Lanham, MD 20706
To submit transcripts electronically, you may send them to email@example.com.
Submission of GRE standardized test scores is optional. If you wish, you may submit scores for the admission committee to consider while they evaluate your application. The admission committee reserves the right to request a GRE score from any applicant in order to make a more informed admission decision. We encourage you to speak with an admission counselor about whether a GRE score can support your candidacy.
If you are an international applicant, you must take the TOEFL exam and submit your results.
Take the next step toward serving communities and individuals affected by behavioral disabilities. Start your application today.