Online Master of Education in Foundations in Behavior Analysis Program Objectives
The Master of Education in Foundations in Behavior Analysis provides students with foundational knowledge in applied behavior analysis, education, and psychology related to practice in schools and other agencies serving children, including those with disabilities. Because the first six courses in the Master of Education program are the same courses offered in the Behavior Analysis Graduate Certificate program, many of these objectives are the same.
- Demonstrate the knowledge and core competencies of applied behavior analysis as recommended by the Behavior Analysis Certification Board.
- Offer an online educational experience supported by a curriculum fully grounded in the core foundation of applied behavior analysis.
- Prepare graduates for the Board Certified Behavior Analyst Examination for BCBA credentials, which leads to certification and/or licensure.
- Thoroughly examine topics including behavioral assessment, functional behavior assessment/analysis, intervention for academic and behavioral problems, data-based decision making, single-case design research methodology, and ethical standards for practice.
- Address a wide array of behaviors associated with disability categories in both clinical and educational settings including: intellectual developmental disorder, autism spectrum disorders, traumatic brain injury, specific learning disabilities (reading disabilities, dyslexia, writing disabilities, and math disabilities), and emotional disturbances (depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders, and childhood mental disorders & illnesses).
- Deliver a flexible online learning experience that connects educators, counselors, and mental health practitioners to provide a comprehensive behavior analysis education.
- Explore the educational and psychological theories and practices that comprise the foundation of school psychology.
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