The University of Saint Joseph offers undergraduate courses in Applied Behavior Analysis.
ABA is the science of human behavior.
Practitioners of ABA improve socially important behavior through the application of interventions based upon the principles of learning. These principles, developed and evaluated through scientific experiments, are proven to apply across species, populations, and circumstances. The ABA coursework will teach you how to apply the scientific principles of learning and behavior to make positive changes in your own life, and in the lives of others.
Anyone choosing a career that involves working with people, including those majoring in:
Please see our online catalog for more information.
*Note: To sit for the exam, students must accrue additional hours of supervised experience. See www.BACB.com for more information.
For questions or to learn more about ABA, please contact:
Nicole Groskreutz, Ph.D., BCBA-D
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