Excellent funding opportunities are available to students pursuing the ABA program. These include:
ABA Graduate Assistantships
ABA graduate assistantships provide students opportunities to work with local ABA service providers such as private ABA clinics, community agencies, and school districts. Students receiving ABA graduate assistantships receive about 24 hours of free tuition, an hourly wage of about $12 per hour, and supervised ABA experiences. Students awarded an ABA graduate assistantship will work 20 hours a week providing ABA services to children and families under the supervision of Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs). ABA graduate assistantships will likely include supervised field experiences which can be used to meet field experience requirements required to site for the BCBA exam.
Department of Educational Psychology Assistantships
Department of Educational Psychology graduate assistantships provide students opportunities to work in the department and around the university. Students receiving Department of Educational Psychology graduate assistantships receive about 24 hours of free tuition and a monthly stipend. Students awarded an Department of Educational Psychology graduate assistantship may work as research or teaching assistants as well as in many offices around campus such as the Office of Access and Learning Accommodations.
Upon admission to the program, students will be emailed an application for Department of Educational Psychology graduate assistantships. For more information, contact Tonya Davis at Tonya_Davis@baylor.edu.
Department of Educational Psychology Scholarship
Department of Educational Psychology awards scholarship to qualifying applicants. All applicants are considered for scholarship funding, including those receiving ABA or Department of Educational Psychology graduate assistantships.
All applicants will be considered for scholarships. There is no additional application to be considered for these awards.