Non-Degree Program Course Sequences (Amherst or Online)

These non-matriculated course sequence options begin in Fall at the Amherst Campus and either Fall or Spring Online.

BCBA (R) Eligibility Non-Degree Program – Sample Course Sequence

Successful completion of this course sequence is designed to fulfill the educational requirement to sit for the board certification exam. For more information visit
https://www.bacb.com/.

Online

Session 1

  • ABA 700 Behaviorism (3)
  • Total Credits (3)

Session 2

  • ABA 702 Concepts and Principles of Behavior (3)
  • ABA 708 Ethics and Professional Conduct (3)
  • Total Credits (6)

Session 3

  • ABA 704 Research Methods, Measurement, and Experimental Design (3)
  • Total Credits (3)

Session 4

  • ABA 706 Functional Assessment (3)
  • ABA 712 Client Record Keeping, Supervision, and Personnel Management (3)
  • Total Credits (6)

Session 5

  • ABA 710 Behavior Change Procedures (3)
  • Total Credits (3)

Amherst Campus

Fall

  • ABA 700 Behaviorism (3)
  • Total Credits (3)

Spring

  • ABA 702 Concepts and Principles of Behavior (3)
  • ABA 708 Ethics and Professional Conduct (3)
  • Total Credits (6)

Summer

  • ABA 704 Research Methods, Measurement, and Experimental Design (3)
  • Total Credits (3)

Fall

  • ABA 706 Functional Assessment (3)
  • ABA 712 Client Record Keeping, Supervision, and Personnel Management (3)
  • Total Credits (3)

Spring

  • ABA 710 Behavior Change Procedures (3)
  • Total Credits (3)

BCBA (R) to NYS-LBA Eligibility Non-Degree Program- Sample Course Sequence

This program is designed for prospective students who seek the additional educational requirements needed for NYS licensure. Prospective students must have a Master’s Degree in Applied Behavior Analysis or Advanced Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis, and a NYSED Comparative Education Review. For more information visit: http://www.op.nysed.gov/prof/aba/ . Course plan is based on NYSED comparative education review.  There is no degree or certificate from Daemen College at completion of this program.