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The Master’s of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis, Disability, and Diversity in Urban Society prepares individuals to become Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA) with the skills to work effectively with marginalized populations. The program draws on strengths-based approaches to develop person-centered supports to assist children, adolescents, and adults with disabilities increase their access to school and community.

The program consists of 40-total credits and optional supervised fieldwork hours. Upon successful completion of the program, students will be eligible to sit for the BCBA exam.

ABA Program Interest Forms

Please complete the form at this link to indicate interest and receive program updates.

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Interested in pursuing a special education license, endorsement, or in becoming a Board Certified Behavior Analyst? Attend an upcoming information session to learn more about our programs. All information sessions start at 5:00pm on the following dates. Please complete the interest form to receive the login information prior to the session.

Note: Information Sessions will resume in the fall. There are not Information Sessions during the summer months.

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Do you have questions about the MS in Applied Behavior Analysis, Disability, & Diversity in Urban Society program, or want to speak with someone? Reach out! Heading link