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Applied Behavior Analysis
In the Department of Health and Behavior Studies
Degrees and Certification
This program offers both Masters of Arts (MA—45 credits) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD—75 credits) degrees MA graduates are eligible for advanced CABAS® Board Certification at various levels of competency (Behavior Analyst Teacher I, Behavior Analyst Teacher II, Behavior Analyst Master Teacher). Doctoral students who have completed the teacher ranks are eligible for the CABAS® Advanced Board Certification as Assistant Behavior Analyst, Associate Behavior Analyst, and Senior Behavior Analyst. Research publications and prior achievement of advanced ranks allow post-doctoral graduates of our program to be eligible for Assistant, Associate, and Senior Research Scientist ranks. Completion of the MA program results in Certification by the State of New York and 30 other states as teacher of regular and special education from birth to grade 6.