Special Education, Sixth Year Certificate - Applied Behavior Analysis

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The program course outline and graduation requirements for this catalog year are listed below.  The department website provides an overview of the program, including admission requirements, faculty biographies, learning outcomes, and careers: https://www.southernct.edu/academics/special-education/programs

Program Requirements - 30 credits

Requirements - 21 Credits
SED 689 - Philosophical Underpinnings of ABA - 1 credit
SED 690 - Principles of Applied Behavior Analysis — 3 credits
SED 691 - Single Subject Research Methods — 3 credits
SED 693 - Assessment in Applied Behavior Analysis — 3 credits
SED 694 - Intervention in Applied Behavior Analysis — 3 credits
SED 692 - Advanced Applied Behavior Analysis — 3 credits
SED 641 - Ethical and Professional Conduct — 3 credits
SED 642 - Organizational Behavior Management and Supervision - 2 credits

Electives - 9 Credits
May be any graduate level course in the College of Arts and Sciences, College of Education, or the College of Health and Human Services. Up to 6 credits of graduate level coursework may be applied to the 6th Year Certificate only if those credits have not been previously applied towards another degree.

SED 695 may be taken up to three times and is an option for those students who would like Southern to provide support for BACB required supervision. At this time, student must arrange the location of supervision, where they are employed for 30+ hours per week (e.g., at the school where they currently work).