Contact us to learn more about USJ’s Counseling and Applied Behavioral Studies programs, which include:
USJ’s M.S. in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) will make you skilled in using the science of behavior as it is applied in the fields of education, special education, mental health, and business. Each course is specifically designed to prepare students for careers in behavior analysis across a wide variety of settings and populations.
Learn to facilitate growth toward one’s human potential. This program focuses on the wide span of personal problems that confront any individual facing the stresses and strains of modern life.
Provide leadership while serving the developmental needs of children in a school community. This program will teach you to support a student’s growth toward full academic and psychosocial potential.
Enhance your earned graduate degree in an approved subject area, or add coursework to your current graduate program to become eligible to sit for the BCBA examination.
Undergraduate Course Sequence in Applied Behavior Analysis
Enhance your undergraduate credentials as you take the required course sequence to become eligible to sit for the BCaBA examination.
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