Online MA in ABA

Courses

Association for Behavior Analysis Internationa

The Association for Behavior Analysis International has verified the following courses toward the coursework requirements for eligibility to take the Board Certified Behavior Analyst® or Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst® examination. Applicants will need to meet additional requirements before they can be deemed eligible to take the examination.

Courses and course sequence based on the semester admitted to the program.

Fall Admission Spring Admission
Fall Semester Year 1
Practicum Seminar (full semester)
ABA Basic Principles (first 8 weeks)
Observational Methods and Functional Assessment (second 8 weeks)
Spring Semester Year 1
Practicum Seminar (full semester)
ABA Basic Principles (first 8 weeks)
Observational Methods and Functional Assessment (second 8 weeks)
Spring Semester Year 1
Practicum Seminar (full semester)
Directed Research (full semester)
Single Case Experimental Design (first 8 weeks)
Ethics in ABA (second 8 weeks)
Summer Semester Year 1
Practicum Seminar (full semester)
Directed Research (full semester)
Behavior Theory (full semester)
Summer Semester Year 1
Practicum Seminar (full semester)
Directed Research (full semester)
Behavior Theory (full semester)
Fall Semester Year 1
Practicum Seminar (full semester)
Directed Research (full semester)
Single Case Experimental Design (first 8 weeks)
Ethics in ABA (second 8 weeks)
Fall Semester Year 2
Practicum Seminar (full semester)
ABA in Developmental Disabilities (first 8 weeks)
ABA in Complex Communities (second 8 weeks)
Spring Semester Year 2
Practicum Seminar (full semester)
ABA in Developmental Disabilities (first 8 weeks)
ABA in Complex Communities (second 8 weeks)
Spring Semester Year 2
Practicum Seminar (full semester)
Summer Semester Year 2
Practicum Seminar (full semester)

To get an idea of your online course schedule and a semester-by-semester breakdown of credit hours and tuition costs, download the Online MA in ABA Cost Guide and Course Sequence.