Behavioral Intervention Specialist Certificate (Post Bachelor's)

The Behavioral Intervention Specialist certificate program is offered to currently licensed special education teachers and school psychologists or to graduate students currently enrolled in those disciplines that will lead to licensure. Through a series of graduate coursework in Special Education and School Psychology, as well as supervised field-based experiences, students will gain specialized knowledge and skills to collaborate with professional teams and parents in order to develop, implement and evaluate positive-behavior support programs for children and youths with behavioral concerns.

CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENTS (18 credits)
Course Title Credits
SPED 53030 Applied Behavior Analysis I
3

53031 Applied Behavior Analysis II
3
6/73031 Program Development and Ethical Application of Applied Behavior Analysis*
3

6/73032 Advanced Interventions for Addressing Severe Behavior**
3

6/83301 Single Subject Research Methods
3

63992 Advanced Practicum in Special Education
3
TOTAL 18

* This course is crosslisted with SPSY 6/77931
** This course is crosslisted with SPSY 6/77932

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