About the Program
The Master of Arts in Applied Behavior Analysis (MA-ABA) program at Michigan State University prepares students to be highly competent behavior analysts in educational settings and to develop and deliver educational and behavioral programming to children with autism, intellectual and neurodevelopmental disabilities. Students will develop in-depth knowledge and applied competence in the delivery of behavior analysis to improve the quality of life of consumers in various service settings. Students who complete the MA-ABA program at MSU will be eligible to take the examination to become a Board Certified Behavior Analyst.
Are you interested in a fully online program in Applied Behavior Analysis? For additional information please contact Erin Hamilton, MA Coordinator at email@example.com.
The MA-ABA program is intended to provide students an opportunity to develop and grow in the skills of behavior analysis to ultimately help improve the quality of life of their consumers in a variety of settings. This program is relevant for persons interested in pursuing careers in behavior analysis that require the Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) credential. This is a hybrid program, offering the convenience of online coursework combined with on-campus instruction and a small cohort. Practicum fieldwork is supervised directly by MSU faculty.
BECOME SCIENTIST PRACTITIONERS
Learn to use data to inform intervention decisions.
SUPPORT MEANINGFUL CHANGE FOR OTHERS
Create socially significant growth for children and families.
BECOME A LEADER IN THE FIELD
Participate and lead our professional communities.
TIME PASS RATE, BCBA® EXAM
ADVISED BY DOCTORAL LEVEL BCBAS
STUDENT TO FACULTY RATIO
For me, the best part of the MA-ABA program at Michigan State University is the amount of access we have to our professors, and the amount of supervision, feedback and support we receive within our practicum placements as well as within our courses. All of the faculty are outstanding, very personable people who are always willing to offer advice or support.