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WSU BCaBA Program

Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) Undergraduate Level Training Program at Wayne State University

Wayne State University offers a Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) elective courses offered to all undergraduate students. Students will learn the principles, strategies and techniques of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), focusing on treatment of autism. The BCaBA is an undergraduate level certification in behavior analysis. To earn a BCaBA credential, a bachelor’s degree in any field is required, plus a sequence of 3 courses and 3 practicum courses through our clinical partnership with University Pediatricians Autism Center or other local sites. Applicants must meet all eligibility requirements, apply for the BCaBA credential, and pass the BCaBA examination to become certified at the BCaBA level.

The BCaBA course sequence consists of the following six required courses:

EDP 3101–Introduction to Applied Behavior Analysis (4 credits)

EDP 3102– Techniques of Applied Behavior Analysis (4 credits)

EDP 3103–Applied Behavior Analysis Assessment & Treatment Planning (4 credits)

EDP 3104–Field Experience in Applied Behavior Analysis 1 (2 credits)

EDP 3105–Field Experience in Applied Behavior Analysis 2 (2 credits)

EDP 3106—Field Experience in Applied Behavior Analysis 3 (2 credits)

Admission Requirements?

  • University undergraduate status in any major
  • Completed program application
  • Statement of purpose
  • Official transcripts
  • Three letters of recommendation

For more information on the BCBA program or to apply: WSU BCaBA Program