Online MA in ABA

Student Resources


Below are sample copies of the MA student handbook and fieldwork handbook.

MA ABA Student Handbook (Sample)
MA ABA Student Fieldwork Handbook (Sample)


USF has developed a variety of resources to help you achieve your academic goals. Learn about tutoring services, test preparation resources, career services, the counseling center and more.


Please use the links below for any Graduate Program Forms, including any from the University and/or the College of Behavioral and Community Sciences. These links include forms for I grades, withdrawal, appeals, and leaves.

Below are commonly referenced university polices


Below are commonly referenced BACB resources.


Instructions for completing a BACB application are below for current students applying for the BCaBA exam or recent graduates applying for the BCBA exam.

  1. Begin the application by logging into your BACB account at
  2. Review the Examination section of the BACB Handbook and complete the prompted application instructions in your BACB portal
  3. Order an official transcript from USF and select the option to hold for degree or hold for grades. You can double check your grades have been updated by reviewing your unofficial transcript prior to ordering your official transcript.
  4. During your application use ABAI VCS number 51420 for BCBA exam application or ABAI VCS number 51419 for BCaBA exam application. - These VCS codes will only work for MA ABA graduates and students.


The Center for Student Well-Being is excited to offer and promote a variety of virtual           resources and programs to support our students. 

  • Virtual health education - a variety of virtual resources and programs to support the university community.
  • 24/7 Virtual Mental Health Care - Schedule a virtual appointment to meet with a licensed counselor to discuss concerns, including stress, anxiety, relationships, and depression.
  • Togetherall - online peer-to-peer platform, offering a safe space to connect with others experiencing similar feelings.


Whether you are sick or injured, managing a chronic health problem, or working to develop a healthier lifestyle, Student Health Services (SHS) is here to help! It is the mission of SHS to provide students with high-quality health care and education to strengthen student learning and promote lifelong success through health and wellness. 

View additional student services here 


The USF ABA program has three official social media pages. Visit our, Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn pages to stay up to date with recent program developments, events, and student and faculty achievements.

You can also stay up to date with the latest news from the College of Behavioral and Community Sciences.