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Applied Behavior Analysis Specialization

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The Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) specialization prepares graduates to conduct developmental, educational, and behavioral assessments; design and implement intervention programs to target communication, social, adaptive behavior, and problem behavior reduction goals; as well as supervising behavior analytic assessment and intervention programs.  Students in this program will be prepared to work with individuals with a wide range of disabilities, with a specialization in autism and other developmental disabilities, such as Down syndrome and intellectual disability.  This program prepares the graduate to ultimately take the Board Certified Behavior Analyst  (BCBA) exam.  Graduates from this program have a variety of work opportunities in clinics, hospitals, public and private schools, and self-employment.

For information about this specialization, contact Tonya Davis at Tonya_Davis@baylor.edu