Upon successful completion of this program, the student receives a BS in Education degree and a Master of Arts degree in ABA. This program also leads to the 7-12 Pennsylvania Instructional I certification for public school teaching and the Professional 7-12 ACSI certificate for Christian school teaching. The ABA course sequence has been verified to meet the coursework requirements for eligibility to take the Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) Exam®. This program also meets most of the PA Behavior Specialist License (BSL) course requirements. Additional criteria, including fieldwork requirements, must be met to qualify for the BCBA Exam or BSL.
Total Credits: 150
University Core - Credits: 66
Mathematics Elective Credits: 3 - designated Liberal Arts and Sciences course