ABAI has verified our courses meet coursework requirements for eligibility to take the BCBA® examination. Students interested in BCBA® credentialing are also required to complete supervised fieldwork, which can be completed during or after the program. Our graduates have a high first-time pass rate on the BCBA examination.
This program prepares you to meet coursework requirements for taking the Board Certified Behavior Analyst® (BCBA®) examination and provides a strong foundation in educational research, special education procedures, and the needs of school-aged children with exceptionalities.
Engaged and dedicated faculty
All program faculty are credentialed BCBAs® with extensive clinical experience, and many are dually credentialed as school psychologists. You’ll work one-on-one with a faculty advisor for your course and career planning.
Graduate student support
Our Office of Graduate Studies connects you with opportunities for professional development, scholarships, and graduate assistantships. They also foster our graduate student community through Peer Mentorship and the Graduate Student Board.
Scholarships offer financial aid that doesn’t need to be repaid. We encourage students in graduate degree programs to apply for scholarship opportunities.
Admission information: MS in Educational Psychology — Applied Behavior Analysis Concentration
We accept applications on a rolling basis and review them continuously.
|Application deadline||Fall term start||Spring term start||Summer term start|
|Recommended*||June 15||November 15||March 15|
|Final||August 1||December 15||April 15|
|International||June 1||October 15||Not available|