The Certificate of Graduate Study in Behavior Analysis program may be completed in 16 months Students typically enroll in two courses per term, in the fall, spring, and summer.
The MS in Educational Psychology-Applied Behavior Analysis program may be completed in 2 years. Students typically enroll in two courses per term, in the fall, spring, and summer.
Options for part-time study are available!
All courses are offered online.
Our ABAI Verified Course Sequence is delivered in a synchronous online format, which means that students from across the United States and Canada participate together in live class meetings using Zoom video conferencing. Each course meets once per week on a weekday (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday) after 4:30pm ET. This format is designed to accommodate working professionals and provide opportunities for real-time collaboration with faculty and peers.
The additional master’s degree courses in education and psychology are delivered in an asynchronous online format. This gives students the flexibility to engage in coursework on their own time.
Students in the Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis program are eligible for either the in-state tuition rate or a significantly reduced e-tuition rate.
All students in the MS in Educational Psychology-Applied Behavior Analysis program, regardless of residency are eligible for the University’s low in-state tuition rate.
The University’s current tuition rates and fees are posted on this webpage.
All program faculty are credentialed as BCBAs® or BCBA-Ds™ with experience practicing in schools and related settings. Many faculty also hold credentialing as school psychologists and bring expertise in collaborative, problem-solving approaches to service. Additional information about our core program faculty is available on this webpage.
Students have the opportunity to learn with multiple faculty members during their programs. They also receive individualized advising support directly from core program faculty.