Applied Behavior Analysis Post Graduate Certification
Do the fields of psychology, counseling, social work, education, and organizational management interest you? Do you want to teach people skills that can make a difference to them for the rest of their lives, by giving them the tools to interact with the world around them? Applied Behavior Analysis may be for you.
Register By: Sep 04, 2018
Classes Begin: Oct 21, 2018
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Earn your post graduate degree certification in LBA or BCBA

As a Behavior Analyst, you will implement and evaluate environmental modifications, and arrange stimuli and consequences, to produce socially significant improvement in human behavior. Our programs provide comprehensive training in Applied Behavior Analysis, an intervention approach commonly used with individuals with autism spectrum or related disorders, but can be used with anyone to affect behavior change. Students who complete our program will develop the practical skills and knowledge needed to provide behavioral health treatment for anyone who could benefit from behavioral intervention, including people with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), Down Syndrome, ADHD, addictions, Dementia, and people who are typically developing (e.g., staff, students, consumers, caregivers).

Typically, ABA’s are employed in school districts, clinics, hospitals, group homes, and agencies that serve individuals with autism spectrum and related disorders.

TTI, in conjunction with Daemen College, offers 2 choices in Applied Behavior Analysis.

LBA Certificate: 1 year
BCBA Certificate: 6 months
LBA Certificate: $18,200
BCBA Certificate: $6,000
$80-$100 per hour

Earn your BCBA or LBA in 5 steps:

Send an application to TTI. Choose the correct program based on where you live.
Upon acceptance, you will receive a link to the complete your full college application.
Once accepted to the college, complete your coursework...completely online.
Immerse yourself in supervised fieldwork under a licensed BCBA.
Sit for the exam to become a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).

Program Features:

  • Separate men’s and women’s cohorts.
  • Classes scheduled around Yomim Tovim and the Jewish calendar.
  • Online classes.
  • Supervised field work.

Prior Requirements:

Master’s Degree for ABA Certificate or BCBA Certificate

TTI offers this program through its partnership with Daemen College. Any credit or degrees described here are offered through our partner institution. TTI is not a college or university and does not offer credit bearing courses or degrees in New York State.

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