Certificate Award for the Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)®
There is a growing demand among professionals working in the human services arena to become Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs). This five-course, Board-approved sequence provides the academic requirements of the Behavior Analysis Certification Board for the BCBA. It is designed for professionals with baccalaureate or graduate degrees (or people working on graduate degrees) who work in school, hospital, home and community-care-home settings.
It is also open to individuals desiring to supplement their knowledge of behavior analysis. All courses are taught in the evenings by BCBAs. In addition to course work, instructors will provide information on the certification process, experience requirements and international testing.
This is a cohort program which begins every fall semester. Registration will open on June 24th for the first class (Introduction to ABA) in the Fall 2013 cohort. You may download the Frequently Asked Questions and timeline for the BCBA by clicking here: BCBA FAQs (PDF).
For registration instructions (PDF), click here.
- Introduction to Applied Behavior Analysis
- Interdisciplinary Applied Behavior Analysis
- Interdisciplinary Functional Assessment and Intervention
- Interdisciplinary Research Methods in Behavior Analysis
- Interdisciplinary ABA Ethics and Systems Support