Fall 1st year
Spring 1st year
Summer 1st year
Fall 2nd year
PSY 607 Measurement and Experimental Design in ABA
Learn about research methodology in ABA, including the fundamentals of measurement and the use of single-subject experimental designs.
PSY 610 Behavioral Assessment
Learn about functional behavioral assessment and how to identify potential interventions for reducing problem behaviors based on assessment results.
PSY 644 Psychology and Diversity
Learn about diversity, multiculturalism, stereotypes, prejudice, and discrimination, as they apply to working with clients who are diverse.
PSY 651 Concepts and Behavior Analysis
Learn about the concepts and principles that serve as the foundation for applied behavior analysis.
PSY 657 Behavior Change Procedures
Learn behavior-change procedures used in ABA, and the role of fundamental concepts and principles of behavior in an applied settings.
PSY 658 Ethics and Standards of Practice in ABA
Learn about ethical and professional issues related to the practice of ABA including licensing, the use of punishment, and the evaluation of new procedures in ABA.
PSY 659 Practicum in Applied Behavior Analysis
Gain practical experience in the design and implementation of behavioral programs for individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities.
PSY 704 Autism Spectrum Disorder
Learn about classification systems and assessment of autism spectrum disorders, and evidence-based strategies used for their treatment.
PSY 705 Selecting and Implementing ABA Interventions
Learn how to use assessment tools for selecting and implementing interventions aimed at teaching verbal behavior and other skills to children with ASD.
PSY 706 Personnel Supervision and Management
Learn about the application of concepts and principles of behavior to the management and supervision of personnel in ABA settings.
PSY 759 Maintenance of Client Records
Learn about professional record keeping, legal and ethical requirements, including the requirements of state and federal laws.
PSY 799 Behavior Analysis in Theory and Practice
This course is the primary culminating experience of the program and includes a comprehensive exam.
This program admits for the Fall only. To ensure attention to individual growth, the number of students is limited. Most have undergraduate degrees in psychology or related disciplines. Applications are processed as they are received. Applications are accepted until August 1.
Applications can be started online (https://apply.liu.edu/quickapp2/?campus=P) and supporting materials can be sent to:
Graduate Admissions Office
LIU Post 720 Northern Boulevard
Brookville, NY 11548-1300
For information regarding tuition and fees, see http://www.liu.edu/CWPost/Enrollment-Services/Tuition;
For information regarding financial aid, see http://www.liu.edu/CWPost/Enrollment-Services/Financial-Aid;
For additional information, please contact Dr. Benigno Alonso-Alvarez at Benigno.AlonsoAlvarez@liu.edu
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