|Major Code: 7148
||Degree Awarded: Bachelor of Arts
|Delivery Mode(s): Classroom
||Admission Status: Undergraduate
|Location(s): Main Campus - Melbourne
David A. Wilder, Ph.D., BCBA-D
The undergraduate applied behavior analysis major is a unique program designed to provide knowledge and skills in preparation for graduate study or careers that employ applications of the concepts and principles of behavior analysis. On graduation, applied behavior analysis majors will have satisfied all knowledge and experience requirements necessary for admission to the examination for assistant certification in behavior analysis (BCaBA®) by the Behavior Analysis Certification Board® (BACB®).
Graduates of this program may pursue immediate certification as assistant-level behavior analysts to work in agencies and systems. Graduates will have the requisite course and experiential background to pursue the application for graduate study in behavior analysis.
Candidates for a Bachelor of Arts in Applied Behavior Analysis must successfully complete 120 credit hours as indicated in the curriculum below.