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Prospective Undergraduate Majors

Prospective majors should enroll in Introduction to Applied Behavioral Science (ABSC 100/101) and Principles and Procedures of Behavior Modification and Therapy (ABSC 304) during their first two years. The content of these two courses provide students with a basic understanding of the field of Applied Behavioral Science, and help students further discern in applying for admission to the major. The requirements and procedures for applying to be admitted to the major are listed below. Major application forms are available in the main departmental office or online. The interest codes are ABSCA-BA for the B.A. degree and ABSCA-BGS for the B.G.S. degree.

Admission to the Major

The new ABS major admission requirements (see below) are in effect starting January 21st, 2011. To apply for admission to the major students should:

1. Complete ABSC 100/101 and ABSC 304.

2. Earn a cumulative GPA of 2.3 or higher in ABSC 100 and ABSC 304. The University’s course repeat policies apply to the GPA calculation. (See article 2.2.8 for information about the course repeat policy.)

3. Apply for admission to the major in the term (i.e., spring, summer, or fall) in which the admission requirements are completed. That is, once students have completed ABSC 100/101, they should apply to the major during the term in which they enroll in ABSC 304. Completed forms for application to the major should be given to Andrea Noltner in 4007 Dole. Students will be notified via e-mail as to their admission to the major. 

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