Applied Behavior Analysis
Best known as a treatment for children with autism, applied behavior analysis represents one of the fastest-growing professional areas in psychology.
Our program incorporates the six master's-level courses and practicum experience required to sit for the national certification exam, while elective courses allow academic study in areas that fulfill personal and professional objectives. Our curriculum has been approved by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) to meet the requirements for the Board Certified Behavior Analyst credential.
Coursework in areas such as ethics and professional conduct, measurement and data analysis, behavior change techniques, assessment and systems management prepares students for the national certification exam. Sites for practicum placements are coordinated through the graduate program.
After earning their BACB certification, our graduates are prepared for work in a variety of settings, such as law enforcement and corrections, business, hospitals and treatment centers.
With courses available at our Newport campus and our Center for Adult Education in Warwick, our program offers working students a flexible schedule and an opportunity to accelerate the completion of their degree.
To request more information on our applied behavior analysis programs, or to apply online, visit the admissions portal for the Office of Graduate Studies and Continuing Education. Have a quick question? Contact our enrollment counselor, Claudia Cordon.