Our program allows you to create a plan of study that fits your life. The 30-credit program can be completed in less than two years, plus course offerings are designed to be flexible.
You can choose to take one or two courses each semester. Your academic advisor will help you create a plan of study that best fits your needs. View a sample plan of study to get an idea of how your program could look.
Courses required for completion of the degree are:
- SPCE 609 Introduction to Applied Behavior Analysis (3 credits)
- SPCE 610 Behavioral Consultation (3 credits)
- SPCE 611 Advanced Applied Behavior Analysis (3 credits)
- SPCE 619 Professional Issues in Applied Behavior Analysis (3 credits)
- SPCE 630 Research Methods for Behavior Analysis (3 credits)
- SPCE 680 Introduction to Persons with Autism Spectrum Disorders (3 credits)
- SPCE 682 Interventions and Treatments for Persons with Autism (3 credits)
- SPCE 683 Field-Based Experience in Autism (3 credits)
638 Field-Based Experience in Applied Behavioral Analysis (3 credits)
- SPCE 689 Verbal Behavior (3 credits)
- SPCE 691 Supervising Human Service Staff in ABA (3 credits)
You can start the sequence of courses any semester.
Certificate and License Options
If you’re still undecided about the master’s degree, another option to consider is one of our graduate certificates
, which you can apply to one of our master’s degrees, or one of our license areas
for an add-on license to your initial licensure.