Applied Behavior Analysis MEd
The M.Ed. emphasis in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) provides intensive instruction, practica, and supervision in the use of behavior principles to support the behavioral health of children and adults. Assessments and interventions that are rooted in ABA can be used to support individuals with a wide range of learning and behavior problems, including those with autism and other developmental disabilities. The courses in this program are aimed at individuals who wish to provide behavioral support services to students in educational and clinical settings, including special educators, school psychologists, paraprofessionals, and other behavioral health providers.
This emphasis allows students to complete the requirements for a master’s degree in Applied
Behavior Analysis in four academic quarters. Students accepted for study must begin the program
during the fall quarter.