The fully-online Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health (CABH) Master's Program admits students in the fall and spring semesters, but is always accepting applications for the upcoming semester(s). If you are unsure about which semester you should apply for, please contact Debra Mowery for guidance. The CABH Admissions Committee meets on a regular basis to review completed applications. Applicants are encouraged to submit their applications as soon as possible instead of waiting until the application deadline listed for the upcoming semester.
CABH Program Graduate Admissions Requirements
For information on admission requirements and the application process, visit the links below.
The CABH program prepares students for professional and administrative positions; it does not provide any kind of licensure or certification. If you are interested in a clinical degree or counseling-specific degree program, check out the USF programs in Applied Behavior Analysis, Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling, or the School of Social Work.