The graduate Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis requires 21 s.h. of graduate credit and is offered with hybrid and conventional courses. Students must maintain a grade-point average of at least 2.50 in work for the certificate. They must earn at least a grade of C in each course required for the certificate. Courses must be taken on a graded basis.
The certificate program is open to students enrolled in University of Iowa graduate degree programs and to individuals who are enrolled in the Graduate College as nondegree students.
The certificate program develops skills in behavioral intervention and intensive instruction. The course sequence contributes to eligibility for certification as a board-certified behavior analyst (BCBA). In addition to the course sequence offered through the certification program, obtaining the BCBA requires completion of a supervised practicum experience and successful completion of the behavior certification exam offered through the Behavior Analyst Certification Board. For additional details regarding certification, visit the Behavior Analyst Certification Board website or contact the applied behavior analysis certificate coordinator.
The Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis requires the following coursework.
|All of these:|
|EDTL:4950||Behavioral and Social Interventions||3|
|EDTL:5961||Foundation of Applied Behavior Analysis||3|
|EDTL:5963||Ethics and Professional Conduct for Behavior Analysts and Psychologists||3|
|EDTL:5966||Advanced Topics in Applied Behavior Analysis||3|
|EDTL:7953||Seminar: Single Subject Design Research||3|
|PEDS:7264||Clinical Applications of Applied Behavior Analysis||3|
For more information, visit Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis on the College of Education website.