Students

A Student-Focused Program from Inquiry to Graduation

University of Cincinnati is known for its commitment to providing innovative and student-centered learning experiences. The online graduate programs emphasizing Behavior Analysis follow in that tradition. As part of your transformative learning experience, the University also provides an uncommon level of student support.

You can count on Enrollment Advisors to answer everything from your initial inquiries to your specific, detailed questions about the program. Their goal is to make your enrollment process as fluid as possible. Once you are accepted into the program, Program Managers help you negotiate such matters as student orientation, acquisition of course materials, and course registration, to name a few.

Enrollment Advisors and Program Managers will guide you through the administrative aspects of your learning experience, leaving you more time to focus on coursework, not paperwork.

Course Delivery

The online program at UC offers you a Tier 1 University education and the flexibility to continue working while you learn.

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Enrollment Advisors

You can depend upon your Enrollment Advisors to provide you with the information you need to complete the enrollment process on time.

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Program Managers

Your Program Manager helps you with administrative details throughout your online Behavior Analysis Graduate Certificate course of study.

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Computer Requirements

Knowing the hardware and software requirements for the program will help you prepare for a smooth start to your coursework.

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Life as an Online Student

The University of Cincinnati’s online Behavior Analysis program is built with the flexibility to be managed within your professional and personal responsibilities. Learn more about time management, your support team, and what to expect...

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Student Testimonial

Julia Alleman, Senior Director of Clinical Services and Program Development for a public charter school, shares her reasons for choosing the program and her experience in the program.

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