In this program, you will complete a series of graduate-level classes approved by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) and the Fresno Pacific University Graduate committee. Coursework will prepare you to assist people to learn new behaviors, increase or reduce existing behaviors and teach individuals when to use specific behaviors in specific instances. The scope of these services ranges from addressing challenging behaviors of an individual to changing the behavior of an entire organization, school or school-community. Successful completion of all coursework and supervision hours prepares a candidate to sit for the BCBA Examination.
- Small class sizes
- Evening classes
This program is especially valuable for individuals pursuing their master's in school counseling, school psychology and special education because of their increasing demand in schools for expertise in developing systematic individual behavior support plans. There is also an increasing demand for BCBA credential holders in the private sector working with adults and children.
Behavior Analyst Certification Board
7950 Shaffer Parkway
Littleton, CO 80127, USA
Eileen M. Whelan, Ph.D., BCBA-D
David Weber, Psy.D., NCSP, LEP
Jonathan Gage, Ed.D.
Kelly J. Bentz, Ph.D.
- Application form and fee
- Graduate reference form
- Statement of intent
- Official transcripts verifying BA/BS degree
- Orientation interview with BCBA enrollment adviser
- Master’s degree in school counseling, school psychology or a related area*
- or Advancement to candidacy for the school counseling/school psychology dual credential or master’s program*
Required Courses (28 Units)
|PPP 718||Behavioral Assessment/Intervention||3|
|PPP 734||Early Intervention and Behavioral Assessment||3|
|PPP 737||Ethics in Applied Behavior Analysis||3|
|PPP 739||Advanced Behavior Assessment: Application to Autism Spectrum Disorder||3|
|PPP 740||Advanced Procedures for Behavior Change And Support||3|
|PPP 771||Behavioral Research Methods in Education||3|
|PPP 793B||BCBA Supervised Experiences||1 – 10|
Must take a minimum of 10 units