Educational Psychology

Course List

Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis (CABA; 21 credits)

  • SPY 601 Behavioral Principles of Learning
     
  • SPY 602 Clinical Research Methods
     
  • SPY 604 Functional Behavioral Assessment
     
  • SPY 605 Advanced Applied Behavior Analysis
  • SPY 606 Behavior Therapy
  • SPY 607 Consultation in School Psychology
  • SPY 608 Professional Ethics for Behavior Analysis
     


RTI: Academic (18 credits)

  • SED 615 Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports
     
  • SPY 601 Behavioral Principles of Learning
     
  • SPY 620 Introduction to Multitier Systems of Student Support for General and Special Education
     
  • SPY 625 Multi-Tier Mathematics Instruction for General and Special Education
     
  • SPY 627 Multi-Tier Reading Instruction for General and Special Education
     
  • SPY 672 Assessment of Academic Achievement

  • SPY 603 Consultation in School Psychology (optional)


RTI: Behavior (18 credits)

  • SPY 601 Behavioral Principles of Learning
  • SPY 602 Clinical Research methods
     
  • SPY 610 Developing a School-wide System of Behavior Support
     
  • SPY 615 Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports
     
  • SPY 620 Introduction to Multitier Systems of Student Support for General and Special Education
  • Elective in special education, school psychology, or as approved by advisor
  • SPY 603 Consultation in School Psychology (optional)


MS in Educational Psychology with Concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis (36 credits)

  • EDU 600 Research Methods and Techniques
  • SED 540 Nature and Needs of Learners who are Exceptional
  • SPY 601 Behavioral Principles of Learning
  • SPY 602 Clinical Research Methods
  • SPY 604 Functional Behavioral Assessment
  • SPY 605 Advanced Applied Behavior Analysis
  • SPY 606 Behavior Therapy
     
  • SPY 607 Consultation
  • SPY 608 Professional Ethics for Behavior Analysis
     
  • SPY 671 Physical Bases of Behavior
     
  • SPY 673 Social Foundations of Behavior
     
  • SPY 675 Indirect Behavioral Assessment

Response to Intervention (RTI)

Effective Jan 7, 2014 the Educational Psychology program will no longer be accepting applications to the Response to Intervention (RTI) certificates of graduate study.