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Masters of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis degree requirements
The Applied Behavior Analysis master's program requires 42 credit hours across four full-time semesters and both A and B sessions during the summer between the first and second year. A capstone project is to be proposed at the end of year one spring semester; initiated at the beginning of summer session A; and conducted throughout the summer and the program’s second year. Students will be required to complete practicum hours during the summer. In order to graduate, this master’s degree program requires a 3.0 (B average) or higher across all courses including the applied behavior analysis practicum and capstone experiences.
Masters of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis admission requirements
The ASU Department of Psychology application process is completed online through the ASU Graduate Application. The application fee is required at the time of submission. To apply to the MS ABA program, follow the steps on the Application Information and Instructions aka "the Checklist."
It is strongly recommended that you download and print the Checklist to ensure you have completed the application process and have included all of the following required items:
In addition to submitting the application and supporting materials, prospective students must also provide documentation to meet the following requirements:
Applications will not be reviewed or considered until complete. Admissions are for fall only; there is no spring start date for the program. The initial deadline for the MS ABA Program application is February 1, 2020. Applications will continue to be accepted and reviewed on a monthly basis until the limited class size is filled.
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