Programs of Study
Applied Behavior Analysis (Ph.D.)
The Ph.D. in Applied Behavior Analysis is a research-based program of study designed to prepare students for teaching at the university level and/or for work as scientist-practitioners involving business and industry, developmental disabilities (including autism), education, and public policy.
Autism and Applied Behavior Analysis
The courses inform students about state-of-the-art special education strategies to increase student success and teacher effectiveness. The program includes courses in Applied Behavior Analysis that fulfill the educational requirements for the internationally recognized certification offered by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB).
Special Needs and Applied Behavior Analysis
Endicott College offers several Master of Education programs that combine programs of study in Special Needs and Applied Behavior Analysis. Students may choose programs that lead to Initial and/or Professional Massachusetts educator licensure.
Non-Licensure Special Education
This program does not lead to teacher licensing in Massachusetts but does prepare students to work with children with moderate disabilities who participate in integrated or self-contained classrooms.