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School Psychology, EdS BCBA

The Specialist program with an Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) emphasis is designed for those students who wish to become school psychologist practitioners as well as becoming a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). Training is primarily oriented toward the acquisition of those skills necessary for effective functioning in the educational environment as a school psychologist with a focus on ABA skills. The program is based on the student's entering with a bachelor's degree. A student with a master's degree in psychology or professional psychology should meet with his or her advisor to develop a specific plan of study. A course in abnormal psychology is prerequisite to the program and must be completed by any student who has not had one.

The educational specialist degree program in School Psychology is also approved by the National Association of School Psychologists. The ABA emphasis coursework is approved by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB).

Class Format

classroomUNC Main Campus

classroomDenver Hybrid

Tuition & Fees

Total Degree Requirements

78 Credit Hours

Graduate Coordinator

Dr. Achilles Bardos, 970-351-1687

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