Doctor of Philosophy in Applied Behavior Analysis
ABA is an applied science and a profession that provides services to meet the diverse needs of individuals. The emphasis of the ABA doctoral program is on the development of behavior analysts who are scientist-practitioners. Students graduating from the program will receive training through coursework and research and practice activities with community partners. Visit the USF Office of Graduate Studies.
In the News … View All
- Call for Proposals is Now Open!
- The 28th Annual Research & Policy Conference on Child, Adolescent, and Young Adult Behavioral Health invites proposals for research benefiting children, youth and their families. The deadline for submissions is October 24, 2014.
- Dr. Mario Hernandez Selected as Panelist for Capitol Hill Briefing
- Dr. Hernandez was one of two panelists selected to speak at a Capitol Hill briefing entitled Children’s Mental Health: The Importance of Early Identification and Intervention on Friday, August 15th.
- September 8 - 14: World Suicide Prevention Week
- View letter from CFS's Steve Roggenbaum, gubernatorial appointment to Florida's Suicide Prevention Coordinating Council. September 10 Event!
- ABA Student Assistance Fund Yields Excellent Results
- As we prepare for our Fall 2014 students in the ABA Masters program, we are proud to profile the productive efforts of our Fall/Spring 2013 and Spring 2014 awardees of the Applied Behavior Analysis Student Assistance Fund.
- 5th Annual Cycling Out Autism Raises over $34,000 for Community Organizations
- USF's Center for Autism & Related Disabiities and Applied Behavior Analysis Program were among local organizations supported by the event held April 5th.
- Assistant Professor Tammy Jorgensen Smith Receives APSE Research Award
- She was awarded the National Association for People Supporting Employment First (APSE) Research Award at the national conference held in Long Beach, California in July 2014.
- Learning Academy Services at USF Selected to Showcase Work for Rehabilitation Services Administration
- The Learning Academy and Employment Services was among only three programs at USF selected by the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation to showcase their work during a visit with Janet LaBreck, Commissioner of the Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA).
Conferences & Special Events
September 10: World Suicide Prevention Day in Tampa
You’re invited to a special event September 10 from 6:30pm-8:30pm at the Carrollwood Cultural Center. The event is sponsored by the Tampa Bay Suicide Preventon Task Force, of which CFS's Steve Roggenbaum is a member.
Letter from Steve Roggenbaum, gubernatorial appointment to Florida's Suicide Prevention Coordinating Council.
Youth Suicide Prevention School-based Guide