Bachelor of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis

Bachelor of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis - min 120 hours

General Education Requirements: 32 hours

Tier Two Requirements: 21-22 hours 
*must include PL306 or PL310; PY223; and PY331

Applied Behavior Analysis Major (32 Hours)

Required Courses:
PY342 Psychology of the Exceptional Child (2)
ED375 Autism Spect. Disorders waived with RBT Certification (3)*
ED378 ABA for Educators (3)
BH480 ABA Senior Thesis (Capstone) (3)

Pick 2 ABA Electives:
BH323 Behavioral Pharmacology (3)
BH422 Verbal Behavioral Analysis (3)
BH424 ABA Methodologies (3)
BH425 Advanced Topics in ABA (3)

Verified Course Sequence:
BH321 Intro to Applied Behavior Analysis (3)
BH325 Professionalism in ABA (2)
BH421 Behavior Assessment (3)
BH423 Behavior Change Procedures (4)
BH426 Res. & Data Analysis Methods (2)     
BH427 Leadership & Management in ABA (1)

*Students who have ED375 waived with RBT Certificiation should take an additional ABA elective to reach 32 hours in the major.

Optional Certificiaton:
The verified course sequence meets the requirement for coursework alone. Students must also seek experience hours and supervision independently and in addition to this program. For more information including specific experience and supervision requirements please view

Minor and Electives (To Complete Min. 120 Hours) The division suggests elective coursework that will support the student’s career plans (e.g., coursework in Physiology, Sociology, Business, Foreign Language, Criminal Justice, Political Science, Physical Education, or Special Education). 

Last updated: 08/03/2022