Master of Arts in Applied Behavioral Science
The Master's in Applied Behavioral Science is accredited by the Association for Behavior Analysis International Accreditation Board: annual report data.
Annual reporting period: Calendar year January-December 2020
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- Median undergraduate grade point average (GPA) for applicants admitted (4-point scale):
- Median graduate grade point average (GPA) for applicants admitted (4-point scale):
- Median GRE test scores:
- Quantitative: 144
- Verbal: 147
- Essay: 4.25
The Department has also established a one-year Certificate Program in Community Health and Development. The certificate program offers advanced training and University-based certification to those involved in building healthy communities. The focus is on training in core aspects of community work from community assessment and strategic planning to intervention, evaluation, and sustainability.
In addition, the graduate curriculum has been approved by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB). Thus, students who enroll in and meet grade requirements of select graduate courses as well as obtain clinical supervision by board-certified faculty are eligible to sit for the BCBA exam at the masters or doctoral level.