Are you interested in starting a Master's degree in applied behavior analysis while working in the field? If so, keep reading! ABACS has partnerships with two local programs in Applied Behavior Analysis.
The MS degree program is comprised of 24 credit hours of core coursework, 6 credit hours of elective coursework, 6 credit hours of thesis, and 9 credit hours of supervised practicum for a total of 45 credit hours.
- Prospective students must apply to, and be accepted to, Regis College's Master's program in Applied Behavior Analysis.
- Regis' program is rigorous, and prepares students to be practitioners, but also to be eligible to apply to PhD programs in the field.
- Northeastern University’s online Master of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis (MABA) helps prepare graduates to assume supervisory behavior analyst roles in service agencies and in private and public school settings, and to serve as independent consultants.
- Learning partnerships are formed between Northeastern University and students’ employers that incorporate work supervisors into the teaching processes. Workplace discussion groups and team projects link practice to studies.