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Behavior Analysis Practice, M.A.

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Major Code: 8155 Degree Awarded: Master of Arts
Delivery Mode(s): Online Admission Status: Graduate
Admission Materials: résumé, objectives Location(s): Main Campus - Melbourne

Program Chair

Bryon Neff, Ph.D., BCBA-D

The Master of Arts in Behavior Analysis Practice involves 33 semester credit hours of coursework. Florida Tech faculty and ABA online co-instructors help students integrate academic curricula with applied situations. The Behavior Analyst Certification Board® (BACB®) has approved the Florida Tech BCBA® course sequence as meeting all instructional requirements for certification as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst® (BCBA®). Students have an option to complete either a final program examination or a capstone project supervised by Florida Tech faculty. The program also meets licensure coursework standards in many states currently licensing professional behavior analysts. 

Admission Requirements

All applicants must have a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited university. Only applicants with an undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or higher will be considered for admission into the program.

Applicants must submit a graduate application with the accompanying fee, statement of objectives, a résumé and official transcripts of all previous coursework.

General admission requirements and the process for applying are presented under Graduate Academic Information .

Degree Requirements

The Master of Arts in Behavior Analysis Practice will be conferred on students who satisfy all program requirements and complete either the final program examination option or capstone project option.

Students must complete the following program requirements for a total of 33 semester credit hours.


Typical Program Plan

Final Program Examination Option

Capstone Option

Total Credits Required: 33

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