APPLIED BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS AT QUEENS COLLEGE
Applied behavior analysis (ABA) is a science of human behavior based on the psychology of how people and animals learn. Behavior Analysts use ABA strategies to teach individuals with autism and developmental disabilities, among others, important life skills.
At Queens College, we have a Master of Arts program and an Advanced Certificate Program (for those who already have an MA/MS) in ABA. By enrolling in one of our programs, you can become a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and a Licensed Behavior Analyst (LBA) in the State of New York.
Advance your career in ABA at Queens College! After completing our Masters/Advanced Certificate program in ABA, and the requirements from NYS and the Behavior Analytic Certification Board (BACB), you can become a BCBA and an LBA in New York!
At Queens College, we provide:
■ Opportunities to gain experience working with a team of faculty who have expertise in the areas of autism, developmental disabilities, problem behavior, and parent and staff training.
■ A comprehensive curriculum that includes coursework in the applied, experimental, and practical application of behavior analysis.
■ A course sequence that is approved by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board.
■ Fellowship placements at Queens College through our new on-campus Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities Evidence-Based Services (QC ACES), or across a number of partnering agencies and school sites that allow you to gain hands-on supervised experience from Board Certified Behavior Analysts and Licensed Behavior Analysts.
■ Opportunities to conduct research and make conference presentations with guidance from experts in the field.
CONTACT INFORMATION:ABA@qc.cuny.edu • Phone: 718-997-3200
Learn more at aba.qc.cuny.edu