Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

Interested in working with individuals on the autism spectrum in public or private schools, private homes or private practice, social service agencies, public agencies or elsewhere? 

Teachers, guidance counselors, school psychologists, psychologists, social workers, health aides--seeking to improve your skills in guiding all students’ behavior?

Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) 

 

The School of Education at Manhattanville College, in partnership with Rockland Teachers' Center Institute, offers courses required by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board, Inc. to become a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).

 

ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS: Participants must hold a Masters degree. Students may apply a maximum of 12 credits towards the School of Education graduate degree programs as appropriate.

 

COURSEWORK REQUIREMENTS: Six courses (15 Credits). In addition to the 6 courses, students must complete 18 months of Independent Experience (1500 hours) including 75 hrs of supervision. Upon completion of the 6 courses and Supervised Independent Fieldwork, the student is qualified to sit for the BCBA certification exam.

 

  • EDU 5094 - Behavior Analysis of Special Needs Students - 3 Cr.
  • EDU 5541 - Ethical Considerations - 1 Cr.
  • EDU 5542 - Behavioral Analysis in Education - 3 Cr.
  • EDU 5543 - Clinical Behavior Analysis II - 3 Cr.
  • EDU 5544 - Behavior Analysis III - 2 Cr.
  • EDU 5545 - Behavior Analysis IV - 3 Cr.

TUITION: Tuition for courses will be reduced 50% off College prices.

 Off-Campus Graduate courses will be offered in Rockland County beginning Spring 2014.

 RSVP: Vicki at vbiribin@rockteach.org or call 845-553-9518

 

FOR ADDITIONAL PROGRAM INFORMATION

Dr. Laurence Krute

laurence.krute@mville.edu

914.323.5366