The Master of Applied Behavior Analysis program offers three track options: the Supervised Fieldwork Track, the Independent Fieldwork Track and the Teacher Track.
The Supervised Fieldwork Track is 42 credits and can be completed in 24 months. Students in this track complete 1,500 fieldwork hours during the program.
The Independent Fieldwork Track is 30 credits and can be completed in 21 months. Students in this track complete 600 fieldwork hours during the program and 900 fieldwork hours independently.
The Educator Fieldwork Track is 42 credits and can be completed in 36 months. Students in this track complete 1,500 fieldwork hours during the program. This track is only offered for the September cohort.
The Graduate Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis is 21 credits and can be completed in 15 months. Students complete 600 hours of in-program fieldwork and 900 hours independently for a total of 1,500 hours. All fieldwork sites must be approved.
Required Courses and Credits
The Association for Behavior Analysis International has verified the following courses for all tracks as meeting the coursework requirements for eligibility to take the Board Certified Behavior Analyst® (BCBA®) examination.
After completing these courses and 1,500 hours of concentrated fieldwork, graduates will be eligible to take the BCBA exam.