Behavior Analysis Program

Organizational Sponsorship

The University of Nevada, Reno Satellite Programs in Behavior Analysis are delivered to cohorts of students at off-campus sites around the world under contractual agreements with sponsoring organizations. This means that all students enrolled in a program of study will begin and end the program at the same time, taking all of their classes together when they are offered. It also means that only persons involved with (or with the agreement of) sponsoring agencies are eligible to receive training through these programs. The cost of program deliveries to sponsoring agencies depends on a number of factors, including mode of instruction preferred by the sponsor (i.e., face-to-face, on-line), the availability of qualified instructors in the sponsor’s region, and the number of students enrolled. Provided that a sufficient number of students are enrolled in a program of study at a given site (approximately 25), the sponsor’s cost for the delivery of the program may be covered in full by charging participating students a very reasonable tuition fee. Sufficient numbers of students for financial feasibility may be generated by cooperation among multiple agencies. Programs of study may be initiated in the fall, spring or summer of any year. Inquiries from potential sponsors should be addressed to the Director of the Satellite Programs, Linda J. Parrott Hayes, Ph.D.

Behavior Analysis Program
Mack Social Science, Room 404, Depart. of Psychology, Mail Stop 296, Reno, NV 89557-00240
Phone: (775) 682-8686 | FAX: (775) 682-1126 
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