Applied Behavior Analysis for Special Populations Certificate
This five-course graduate sequence is designed to enable students to serve as effective practitioners who can assess, design, implement and evaluate applied behavior analysis (ABA) programs by providing them with the knowledge, concepts and skills of basic ABA principles, ethical considerations, generalization strategies, and application to special populations and settings. Students will receive guided practice with each course’s content by developing a Case Study that may be course-specific, or continue across several courses.
The courses are offered live at our Boston campus and through live interactive video at selected locations within Massachusetts and in Providence, Rhode Island.
Successful completion of all five courses will meet the coursework requirement to sit for the national Behavior Analyst Certification Board licensing examination.
Students may apply all 15 graduate credits earned by successfully completing the ABA Graduate Certificate Program towards a MEd in Teacher Education without licensure, or combine initial licensure in Moderate Disabilities with the ABA certificate courses for a masters degree plus 9 post masters courses. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
It’s not too late to apply!
You may still join us in the upcoming Fall cohort this September even if you have not yet officially applied to be a matriculating student in fall before the June 1st deadline. Please email Jill.Tilton@umb.edu or email@example.com to find out how.