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Applied Behavior Analysis

With the rise of autism and other developmental challenges across the world, Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) remains one of the few research-based interventions empirically proven to make a difference.  Applied Behavior Analysts bring a unique perspective and special skills to working with individuals, helping them to adapt behaviors to meet learning and social goals.  It can be a powerful and effective intervention for children with autism and others, supporting meaningful and positive changes in behavior.
The Warner School’s ABA programs have successfully been accredited through the Behavioral Analysis Certification Board.

Students seeking Board Certified Behavioral Analyst (BCBA) certification can do so by completing a specialization within our MS in Human Development that includes the coursework and supervised practicum approved by BACB. This program will require a minimum of 36 credits and at least two years of full-time study to be completed.

Requirements for the MS in Human Development (w/ BCBA coursework and practicum) (HA2)

Learn more about Applied Behavior Analysis programs at Warner.