To be admitted to the master of arts in applied behavior analysis (ABA) program, you must meet the following requirements of the Ball State Graduate School:
How to Apply
Fill out the online application from the Ball State Graduate School. NOTE: We do not require letters of recommendation or any separate application materials for the master’s in ABA.
The ABA master's degree program has three application deadlines:
You may also begin the program mid-semester by enrolling in an 8-week course beginning the second half of the semester. Summer semester courses are available. All autism and ABA courses are offered every semester, offering you tremendous flexibility in scheduling courses around your busy life.
You may transfer up to 9 graduate credit hours to the ABA master’s degree. Since this program requires a specific set of courses, transfer credits will only be accepted from other programs that have approved courses from the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB). Contact ABA advisor Bonnie Krupa if you have questions about course equivalency.
State Regulatory Authorizations
If you reside in a state other than Indiana, this information may apply to you in regards to
being admitted to Ball State.
This academic program is offered only in an online format. If you are receiving sponsorship from your government for your studies, please confirm with your sponsor that you are permitted to enroll in online education courses. It is your responsibility to determine if you can enroll in online courses per your sponsor and U.S. laws and policies.
If you’re an international student, in addition to the admission requirements listed above, you will need to meet the admission requirements for international graduate students. For information about the international admission process, contact the Rinker Center for International Programs.
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