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Postgraduate Diploma-MSc Applied Behaviour Analysis

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  • Objectives
    MSc Applied Behaviour Analysis aims to provide students with a comprehensive education in applied behaviour analysis and training in the practical skills and competencies associated with the scientific application of behaviour analytic principles. Specifically, the course aims to: - provide students with an education in applied behaviour analysis and training in the methods of the experimental analysis of behaviour to a level commensurate with the Course Sequence requirements of the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) - train students to address complex clinical situations systematically and creatively and to make sound clinical decisions - foster in students the originality of thinking and independent learning abilities required to produce quality research and to continue their professional development
  • Entry requirements
    Entry Conditions You should possess a second class honours degree or equivalent and have relevant experience. Candidates will be interviewed to assess motivation and experience. The closing date for applications for entry is 31 March. Applications received after that date may be considered only for waiting list places.
  • Academic Title
    Postgraduate Diploma/MSc Applied Behaviour Analysis
  • Course description
    The broad aim of the MSc in Applied Behaviour Analysis is to give students the opportunity to develop their theoretical and conceptual knowledge in behaviour analysis, develop skills in behavioural assessment, and acquire the ability to work in partnership with clients where they plan and implement programmes that are aimed at establishing, strengthening and/or weakening targeted behaviours. The course is designed for professionals who work (or intend to work) in the caring professions, for example with people with autism and other learning disabilities, in the area of general behaviour management, parent training, community development, and adult mental health.

    The programme aims to provide a foundation that contributes to the preparation of candidates interested in applying for the internationally recognised examination leading to certification in Behaviour Analysis. It will normally be completed over two calendar years to allow time for students to obtain relevant work experience, which is a requirement for certification in Behaviour Analysis.

    Duration and Mode of Attendance

    Part-time for two calendar years, but a third year may be taken to complete the dissertation. Classes will normally be held on Fridays in the first year of study.

    Professional Recognition

    The course content has been approved by the Behavior Analysts Certification Board. (BACB) This enables graduates of this course to take the examination to become a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) once they have also fulfilled the work experience requirements specified by BACB.

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