UWM offers an MS specialization in behavior analysis as well as a Ph.D. with a concentration in conditioning and learning. The behavior analytic faculty include: Alan Baron, Marshall Dermer, Jay Moore, and Douglas Woods. The department provides assistantships for doctoral students.
Masters program. Preparation for work in schools, universities, human service settings, business and industry, and government agencies. Clients range from children with autism, to students with academic skills deficits, to entire companies that are having employee performance problems.
Home of BATS. The academic program headed by Dr. Malott at Western Michigan University that focuses on the training and development of Behavior Analysts.
Prepares graduates for employment as Certified Behavior Analysts in private, community, and state agencies. The 48 semester credit hour program can be taken on a full- or part-time basis.
The area of Experimental Analysis of Behavior (EAB) functions within the Department of Psychology to provide instruction and training, and to conduct research. Students are offered instruction and mentorship from faculty and affiliated faculty, and may choose to emphasize programs of study and research in various areas of behavior analysis including behavioral pharmacology, choice, developmental disabilities, behavioral medicine, and instructional technology, among others. Research laboratories are located both on and off campus and involve applied and basic research with humans and nonhumans.
The UMBC program for training applied behavior analysts will be responsive to the increasing call for such services and fills a gap in the availability of such programs in the mid-Atlantic region. The UMBC Psychology Department will be developing and maintaining this program together with the Behavioral Psychology Department at the Kennedy-Krieger Institute.
UNR Psychology Department has had a long history in behavior analysis beginning with Willard F. Day who founded and edited the journal Behaviorism here.
The Experimental Analysis of Behavior Doctoral Program is designed to prepare students for a career in research or college teaching. Students in this program spend much of their time engaging in research with the support of faculty mentors. Research interests of faculty in the program include behavioral pharmacology, learning processes, and verbal behavior.
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