Behavior Analysis Program

Master's Degree Program in Behavior Analysis

The University of Nevada, Reno Master's Degree Program in Behavior Analysis trains graduates for employment as senior service providers in such fields as developmental disabilities, education, mental health, or business and industry. This degree requires 38 graduate credits, is accredited by the Association for Behavior Analysis International and has a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) Approved Course Sequence through the Behavior Analyst Certification Board.

Master's Program Student Handbook

Course #

PSY 695

PSY 673

PSY 609

PSY 699

PSY 713

PSY 769

PSY 783

PSY 767

PSY 766

PSY 768

PSY 797

Course Name

Ethics in Psychology

Radical Behaviorism

Principles of Behavior

Research Methods in ABA

Behavioral Observation & Assessment or

Behavior Systems Analysis

Behavioral Interventions

Beh. Managmnt & Consult.

Behavior Analysis Practicum I

Behavior Analysis Practicum II

Thesis

Credit(s)

1

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

6

6

6

37 credits

 

Instructor

W. Larry Wiliams, Ph.D.

Linda J. Parrott Hayes, Ph.D.

Patrick M. Ghezzi, Ph.D.

Mark P. Alavosius, Ph.D.

W. Larry Wiliams, Ph.D.

Ramona Houmanfar, Ph.D.

W. Larry Wiliams, Ph.D.

Mark P. Alavosius, Ph.D.

Faculty

Faculty

Faculty

Behavior Analysis Program
Mack Social Science, Room 404, Depart. of Psychology, Mail Stop 296, Reno, NV 89557-00240
ramonah@unr.edu | Phone: (775) 682-8689 | FAX: (775) 682-1126 
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