Master of Science (MS) in Applied Behavior Analysis
School of Social and Behavioral Sciences
The Master of Science (MS) in Applied Behavior Analysis degree program combines advanced psychology coursework with foundational knowledge of major competency areas in the behavior analytic field. The curriculum focuses on ethical and professional conduct; behavior analysis concepts, principles, and research methods; and applied behavior analysis techniques. Upon successful completion of this degree program, learners are prepared to identify behavioral problems through assessment; design, implement, and manage culturally appropriate interventions and treatments; perform effective behavior supervision; and bring about positive change for diverse individuals in a variety of settings.