Graduate 2019-2020

Special Education M.A. — Intervention Specialist: Applied Behavior Analysis Emphasis

College of Education and Behavioral Sciences

Degree Requirements — 31 Credits

See “Special Education M.A.”.

Note: The coursework can be completed in two years and all coursework is offered completely online. The program prepares students to sit for the examination to become a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). Students who are interested in taking the BCBA exam must have at least a master's degree and supervision from another person who is a BCBA by the time they sit for the exam.

Degree Requirements

Required Emphasis Credits — 28 hours

APCE 628Concepts and Principles of Applied Behavior Analysis

3

APCE 629Measurement and Experimental Design in Applied Behavior Analysis

3

APCE 631Applied Behavior Analysis II

3

EDSE 630Applied Behavior Analysis I

3

EDSE 632Ethics in Applied Behavior Analysis

3

EDSE 633Applications of Applied Behavior Analysis

4

EDSE 670Legal and Policy Foundations of Special Education

3

EDSE 672Leadership in the School Community

3

EDSE 673Research and Reflective Practice

3

Required Major Core Credits — 3 hours

SRM 600Introduction to Graduate Research

3