The minor in Behavior Analysis is designed for students who wish to better understand the principles and processes underlying the behavior of humans and non-humans as well as for students who would like to complete the coursework required to sit for the Board-Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst® (BCaBA®) examination. To qualify to sit for the BCaBA® examination, students also must fulfill a supervised experience requirement. More information can be found at www.bacb.com.
A minor in Behavior Analysis will require a student to take 15 hours from the Psychology program. The specific courses for the Behavior Analysis Minor are listed below.
Students must earn a grade of “B-” or better in the following courses to be eligible to receive the minor.