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  Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology 2019-2021 Academic Programs Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis Curriculum and Learning Outcomes  

Curriculum and Learning Outcomes



Course content is directly related to the task list and knowledge/content areas required by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB). Course syllabi have been reviewed and approved by the BACB and given the status of Approved Course Sequence.

Required credits: 18

The applied behavior analysis classes are taught in a six-course sequence and are approved by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) as meeting the academic requirements necessary for sitting for the certification exam. For information about the BACB's other requirements for certification visit www.bacb.com.

Learning Outcomes

The courses are designed to provide students with the necessary coursework requirements of the BACB. Students will acquire knowledge in the following essential content areas:

  • Concepts and principles of behavior analysis
  • Ethical and professional conduct
  • Research methods in behavior analysis
    • Measurement
    • Data analysis
    • Experimental design
  • Clinical applications of behavior analysis
    • Identification of the problem and assessment
    • Fundamentals of behavior change and specific behavior change procedures
    • Intervention and behavior change considerations
    • Behavior change systems
    • Implementation management and supervision


CoursesCourse Numbers
Credits
Basic Principles of Behavior Analysis18:820:513 3
Introduction to Analysis and Single Case Design18:820:5123
Ethics for Behavior Analysts18:820:5213
Applications of Behavior Analytic Principles: Changing Behavior18:820:5143
Applications of Behavior Analytic Principles: Functional Assessment and Treatment Development18:820:5163
Advanced Topics in Behavior Analysis: Teaching Children with Autism and Related Disorders 18:820:5173
TOTAL

18


 
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