Applied Behavior Analysis/Board Certified Behavior Analyst
The Special Education program is verified by the Association of Applied Behavioral Analysis International (verification number 4090) to offer the applied behavior analysis course sequence and intensive practicum experience for students desiring to become Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA).
Options for Taking the ABA/BCBA Course Sequence or Intensive Practicum
ABA Graduate Certificate
This option is typically for students who already have a master's degree or doctorate and only want to take the 18 credits of behavior analysis coursework and/or 15 credits of intensive practicum. Students considered non-degree are not eligible for federal financial aid.
Master's of Science (M.S.) in Special Education
This option is for students who want to specialize in ABA while earning a graduate degree. Students enrolled in the M.S. program are eligible for federal financial aid. Learn how to apply to UND Graduate School or contact recruitment@gradschool.UND.edu with any questions.
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ABA Graduate Certificate Application Deadlines
FALL: Aug 1
SPRING: Dec 1
SUMMER: May 1
Master's of Science Application Deadlines
FALL: Jun 15
SPRING: Oct 15
SUMMER: Mar 15