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EDE458 Seminar in Applied Behavior Analysis: Preparing the Behavior Analyst for Practice

An extension of ED 453: Introduction to Applied Behavior Analysis, this course will provide students with a conceptual understanding of the instructional methods, interventions, and applications of behavior analysis in a variety of settings, including educational, treatment, recreational, and community settings. Special emphasis will be placed on applying the interventions to individuals with autism and related needs. A combination of lecture, literature review, active discussion, intervention design and applied practice will provide the student with a comprehensive learning opportunity.

Credits: 1
Offered: Fall, Spring
Prerequisites: None
Restrictions: Students matriculated in ABA programs
Instructors: D. McAdam, M. McGee
EDE 458 Seminar in Applied Behavior Analysis: Preparing the Behavior Analyst for Practice course information is subject to change, please check the latest schedule.