Individuals who hold a graduate degree in special education, psychology, or a related field and who are seeking certification the BACB as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), may enroll in Endicott’s BACB-approved, six-course sequence in preparation for the certification examination.
Behavior Analyst Certificate courses are three-credit-hour courses and are scheduled for 45 contact hours each, in order to meet the BACB requirement for a total of 270 classroom contact hours. In addition to coursework, there is a 1,500-hour BACB required fieldwork experience, 75 hours of which must be supervised. Students are responsible for independently securing the supervision required by the BACB to sit for their certification examination. Support in securing such supervision is available through the Endicott College Office of Graduate Studies in Special Education.
Five-Course Sequence of Classes
Conceptual Issues in Applied Behavior Analysis
Basic Principles of Applied Behavior Analysis
Measurement and Experimental Evaluation of Behavioral Intervention
Behavior Change Procedures and System Supports
Ethical Issues in Behavior Analysis