In this program, you will complete a series of graduate-level classes approved by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB), preparing you to help people learn new behaviors, increase or reduce existing behaviors and understand when to use specific behaviors in specific instances. The scope of these services ranges from addressing challenging behaviors of one person to the changing the behavior of an entire organization, school or school-community. Fresno Pacific University has been approved by the BACB to offer both coursework and supervision leading to certification as a BCABA.
- Small class sizes
- Evening classes
This certification program is especially valuable for individuals with a bachelor’s degree in a behavioral science who wish to pursue or enhance their employment with public or private organizations in the development of systematic individual behavior support plans. In addition, the sequence of classes is flexible enough to allow for candidates who possess advanced degrees to secure certification.
Robert P. Murray, Ed.D.
David Weber, Psy.D., NCSP, LEP
- Application form and fee
- Three reference forms
- Statement of intent
- Official transcripts verifying BA/BS degree
- Orientation interview with
- BCABA enrollment advisor
- Be enrolled in or have completed a bachelor's degree in a related field*
Required Courses (17 Units)
|PPP 718||Behavioral Assessment/Intervention||3|
|PPP 734||Early Intervention and Behavioral Assessment||3|
|PPP 771||Behavioral Research Methods in Education||3|
|PPP 793B||BCBA Supervised Experiences||3|