ABA therapy at the Baylor Center for Developmental Disabilities

Applied Behavior Analysis

Applied Behavior Analysis is using the science of behavior to make meaningful impacts on people’s lives. The Baylor University ABA program emphasizes how to implement ABA-based interventions to teach people with disabilities new skills and reduce problem behavior. 

Students will be prepared to work with a wide range of individuals with disabilities such as autism, Down Syndrome and intellectual disability.

Application Requirements:
  • Personal statement
  • Resume
  • GRE Scores
  • Three Letters of Recommendation
  • Undergraduate Transcripts
The ABA program in the School of Education
  • Prepares students to use evidence-based interventions to help children with developmental disabilities, such as autism.
  • Combines traditional classroom learning with hands-on experiences with children at Baylor CARE and other community programs.
  • Offers students graduate assistantships with local ABA providers. Students get hands-on ABA experience in the community, while also receiving free tuition!
  • Offers students the opportunity to get involved in applied research at Baylor CARE.
  • Offered within master's and doctoral degree plans.
  • Prepares graduates to take the Board Certified Behavior Analyst  (BCBA) exam.
Why Choose Baylor's ABA Program?
  • Excellent funding opportunities that provide free tuition, monthly stipend, and professional experience.
  • Students receive supervised field experience working with children with developmental disabilities at Baylor CARE.
  • Master’s programs are completed in 15 months.
Verified Course Sequence Pass Rates
  • The Behavior Analysis Certification Board (BACB) publishes pass-rate information for all institutions with verified course sequence (VCS). To review the VCS pass rates, click here. Pass-rate data are not published for sequences with fewer than six first-time candidates in a single year or for sequences within their first four years of operation.
For more information:

Dr. Stephanie Gerow, ABA Program Director