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MS Applied Behavior Analysis, Disability, and Diversity in Urban Society: Degree Requirements

The Master’s in Applied Behavior Analysis, Disability and Diversity in Urban Contexts is a 10 course, 40-credit hour program. Students will enroll full time and take 2-3 required courses per semester. Students have the option of taking the supervision practicum to earn required fieldwork hours.

Course Semester offered Credit hours
SPED 432: Foundations of Applied Behavior Analysis Fall 4
SPED 433: Ethics in Applied Behavior Analysis Fall 4
SPED 511: Introduction to Practice-Based Research Fall 4
SPED 514: Behavioral Interventions I Fall 4
SPED 523: Single-Case Research Fall 4
SPED 518: Research Practicum Fall 4
SPED 517: Behavioral Interventions II Spring 4
SPED 519: Collaboration and Supervision Spring 4
SPED 520: Behavioral Interventions III Spring 4
SPED 521: Verbal Behavior and Communication Intervention Spring 4
SPED 430: Supervision (optional) Fall, spring, summer Variable

Comprehensive Exam: Yes

Thesis, Project, or Course-Work-Only Options: Course work only. No other options available