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USF Master’s Program in Applied Behavior Analysis: March 15 Application Deadline for Fall 2008 Enrollment

The Master's Program in Applied Behavior Analysis prepares graduates to work with individuals with challenging behaviors in a variety of fields, including:

Designed to prepare students to meet the standards to be Board Certified Behavior Analysts, the 46-credit-hour master's degree in ABA is interdisciplinary and provides coursework and practical supervision across three colleges (College of Arts and Sciences, College of Education, and the Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute). Students also participate in practicum training under the supervision of Board Certified Behavior Analysts in community agencies throughout both years in the program. Upon completion of the masters program, students are ready to sit for the certification exam administered by the Behavior Analysis Certification Board.

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ABA Masters Program


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