“There were a few critical reasons I chose University of Cincinnati’s Behavior Analysis program. As a full-time professional, wife and mother, attending a program that provided online courses for 100% of the program was very important. Second, the strong emphasis on scientific inquiry, especially assessment, taught by Dr. Ed Lentz, a highly published researcher in the field of school psychology, was equally important. Third, the University of Cincinnati is both my father and grandfather’s alma mater, and I was pleased to choose the school that brought both of them so much pride.
“The BA program has been very challenging, but being able to apply what I’ve learned in class to my work as a Senior Director of Clinical Services and Program Development for a large public charter school is truly invaluable. It’s so rewarding when I have that “Aha!” moment as a new concept becomes “real.” UC’s program provides an incredibly sound foundation for students to acquire and apply the knowledge and skills necessary to comfortably pass the BCBA board examination. I would highly recommend the BA certification program at UC to any prospective student who thrives in a learning relationship where the expectation to perform and succeed is the priority.”
“Hi! I’m Marcie Turner, a specialist student in UC’s school psychology program. I was drawn to the program’s strong behavioral orientation and the professors’ knowledge and experience. Choosing this program has turned out to be one of the best decisions I’ve made. Not only does it provide a sound education that prepares its students for their future careers, but it also offers the opportunity to build lasting relationships. All of the professors and my fellow students are extremely friendly, understanding and helpful.”
Marcie Turner, Student
“Hello, I’m Maria Hollingsworth and am a specialist student in UC’s school psychology program. UC’s program delivers training that allows future practitioners to develop and implement effective academic and behavior interventions that will make meaningful differences in the lives of children, families and teachers. The program’s emphasis on positively-based early interventions along with the faculty’s commitment to creating a collaborative learning environment sets it apart from other schools.”
Maria Hollingsworth, Student