The Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis is designed for practicing special educators interested in pursuing opportunities in settings where she or he may need to practice behavior analysis methods.

Completion of this certificate requires the following four UMF courses:

  • SED 525 Basic Principles of Applied Behavior Analysis
  • SED 526 Behavior Analysis and the Scientific Assessment of Learning
  • SED 527 Applying Behavior Analysis: Methods of instruction and behavioral support
  • SED 528 Autism Spectrum Disorders: Diagnosis, intervention, systems support, and ethical considerations
  • Click here for course descriptions
This first course in this program, SED 525 Basic Principles of Applied Behavior Analysis, a prerequisite for the other 3 required courses, is being offered in Fall 2017. Don’t miss this opportunity to begin now! Your next chance to participate in this program won’t be until Fall 2019.

Enroll into the Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis program. Enroll now into the Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis program that starts in Fall 2017 at the University of Maine at Augusta. All courses are offered using a blended format, with a combination of face-to-face class meetings at the University of Maine at Augusta and online study.

Register for the first course in this program. Click on the Fall 2017 Registration Form to register for the first course in this program, SED 525 Basic Principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (class number=72033). Click here for more information on this course.

 

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