Program: Behavior Intervention Specialist
Degree Level: Certificate
Delivered by: World Wide Web
Dr. Christine Balan
Lifespan Development and Educational Sciences
405 White Hall
P.O. Box 5190
Kent, OH 44242-0001
The Behavior Intervention Specialist Certificate (BISC) Program is a highly specialized sequence comprised of five-courses and one practicum that imbues the theoretical orientation and practical application of applied behavior analysis. The science of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) attempts to understand, describe, and predict behavioral processes so that improvement to individual and social conditions can occur. The goal of ABA is to produce socially significant improvements in human behavior through skill acquisition and the reduction of problematic behavior. The evidence-based technology of ABA is well established with applications in the areas of schools and developmental disabilities. Concerns in children and youth, parenting, and individual behavioral changes are specific areas of focus.
- Completed an undergraduate or graduate degree, or currently enrolled in a graduate degree program in the following disciplines: Special Education, School Psychology, Speech/Language, Education, Psychology, or Counseling.
Total of 15 hours and Practicum.
NOTE: Courses with flower petals are currently online.SPED 53030 Applied Behavior Analysis I: Theory and Techniques 3 hrs. flower petals
SPED 70050 Single Subject Research Methods 3 hrs. flower petals
SPED 53031 Applied Behavior Analysis II: Application 3 hrs. flower petals
SPED 63031/ SPSY 67931 Program Development and Ethical Application of ABA 3 hrs. flower petals
SPED 63032/ SPSY 67931 Advanced Interventions for Addressing Severe Behavior 3 hrs.
SPED 63992 Advanced Practicum