In response to the growing demand for competent practitioners of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), Oregon Tech now offers Undergraduate and Graduate coursework that will prepare students for these high-demand positions!
Meeting the Need for Qualified Professionals
Oregon Tech’s ABA Training Program is approved by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board™ as meeting the coursework requirements for national certification for behavior analyst and assistant behavior analyst credentials.
Licensure in Oregon
Oregon Tech's ABA course work meets the Oregon Behavior Analysis Regulatory Board course work requirements for licensing of behavior analysts and assistant behavior analysts.
The Oregon Tech ABA Training Program is designed to prepare students for work in the clinical setting. Whether enrolled at our Wilsonville or Klamath Falls campus, students will be exposed to our rigorous coursework that will provide the skills needed to meet the demand for well-qualified, credentialed providers at the state and national level. Opportunities for supervised clinical work through applied experience in actual practice settings are available through our network of community partners.
This 45-credit MEd program combines Oregon Tech's 27-credit Graduate Certificate in ABA with 18 credits of SOU's Autism Spectrum Disorders course sequence. The program provides rigorous training to meet the demand for well-qualified professionals to serve families and individuals with autism.
The Graduate Certificate in ABA sequence consists of nine 10-week courses designed to prepare students for certification as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst® in a variety of clinical settings. Oregon residents who complete the program and earn certification as a BCBA® will be eligible to apply as a Licensed Behavior Analyst in Oregon. The Behavior Analyst Certification Board, Inc.® has approved this course sequence as meeting the course work requirements for eligibility to take the Board Certified Behavior Analyst® exam. (Applicants for the BCBA® exam will have to meet additional requirements to qualify.)
This undergraduate five course sequence is integrated within the Applied Psychology BS degree program. The Behavior Analyst Certification Board, Inc.® has approved this course sequence as meeting the course work requirements for eligibility to take the Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst® exam. (Applicants for the BCaBA® exam will have to meet additional requirements to qualify.)
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There is no better time to become a Hustlin’ Owl! Students of Oregon Tech benefit from an array of services provided within the university and across the state. The applied focus of Oregon Tech degree programs ensures students graduate with the skills necessary to perform job duties that exceed employer expectations. Applied experience is a focus of Oregon Tech degree programs, and students of Oregon Tech’s ABA Training Program will gain experience through applied fieldwork and supervised practice.
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