Applied Behavior Analysis Advanced Certificate
Niagara University's advanced certificate in applied behavior analysis seeks to prepare candidates for careers as applied behavior analysts in accordance with the academic requirements set forth for professional practice as a licensed behavior analyst in the state of New York.
This 27-credit hour online program provides comprehensive coverage of concepts and principles of behavior analysis, single-subject research methods and designs, functional behavior analysis and other behavior assessment techniques, as well as professional and ethical issues in behavior analysis. Candidates will further develop professional skills by completing a minimum of 250 hours of supervised experience in applied behavior analysis.
To be admitted to this program, individuals must currently hold a master’s degree in education, psychology or other programs that specifically address learning or behavior change.
Niagara University's applied behavior analysis advanced certificate is grounded in the Catholic and Vincentian tradition, upheld by the founding fathers of Niagara University. As a Vincentian university, Niagara seeks to inspire its students to serve all members of society, especially the poor and oppressed, in local communities and the larger world. Subsequently, the College of Education's commitment is to preparing professionals who, in the Vincentian tradition, individually and systematically foster human learning, development, spiritual well-being, and emotional stability in each of the clients they encounter