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Applied Behavior Analysis Training Programs

Applications for the 2023-24 academic year are now open!

Online Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Courses

Whether or not you wish to pursue your Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) or Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) credential, Marian's online ABA training courses will provide you with knowledge, skills, and abilities in the area of behavior analysis you need to advance your career.


Core ABA Courses

Marian’s fully online core ABA courses will equip you with the ability to effectively address challenging behaviors. Successful completion of this Verified Course Sequence meets Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) coursework requirements to sit for an exam to pursue either the BCaBA or BCBA credential.

Content Area and Required HoursBEH 650
3 credits
BEH 652
3 credits
BEH 654
3 credits
BEH 656
3 credits
BEH 658
3 credits 
BEH 660
3 credits 
BEH 662
3 credits
BACB compliance code and disciplinary systems, procedures
  45   45
Philosophical underpinnings, concepts, and principles4545     90 
Measurement, data display, interpretation, experimental design     45 45
Behavior assessment
  20 25 
Behavior change procedures, selecting and implementing interventions  25 20 1560
Personnel supervision and management      3030
TOTALS45 454545 45 4545315

Deochand, Neil and Fuqua, R. Wayne. "BACB Certification Trends: State of the States (1999 to 2014)." Association for Behavior Analysis International 2016, March 28, 2016, p. 247.

Applied Behavior Analysis Course Descriptions

For ​application information

Helen Buckley
Associate Director of Graduate and Online Admission
(317) 955-6​400

For program specific information

RaShai Reynolds, Ph.D., BCBA-D
Assistant Professor of Applied Behavior Analysis
(317) 955-6263
Oldenburg Hall

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