Course Descriptions

CIED 6843: Basic Principles of ABA (FA):

Course provides information on: (a) the philosophical assumptions and principles of behavior analysis; (b) basic principles, processes, and concepts of applied behavior analysis; and (c) ethical and legal issues involved in its use.

CIED 6863: Behavioral Change Procedures and Supports (SP):

Course content includes (a) information on behavior change procedures; (b) activities designed to acquire skill in developing and evaluating behavioral change programs; and (c) information and activities designed to acquire skills in providing and monitoring persons and systems providing support. Legal and ethical standards will be reviewed and applied to the course content.

CIED 6873: Measurement and Experimental Design (SP):

Course content includes information on and the development of skills in: (a) the measurement of the multiple dimensions of behaviors; (b) the use of methods of measuring behavior; (c) the experimental evaluation of interventions; and (d) the multiple methods of displaying and interpreting behavioral data. Legal and ethical standards will be reviewed and applied to the course content.

CIED 6883: Ethical, Professional, and Legal Standards (FA):

Course content includes information on the ethical, professional and legal standards in the profession of applied behavior analysis and practice in its use.

CIED 6853: Behavioral Assessment in ABA (FA):

Course content includes information on effective methods and the development of skills: (a) assessing, organizing, and interpreting behavior; (b) conducting task analysis and selecting intervention goals and strategies; (c) displaying data; and (d) making evidence-based decisions. Legal and ethical standards will be reviewed and applied to behavioral change procedures used.

CIED 6833: Practicum in ABA:

Supervised field experience in program, schools, and other settings for children with autism spectrum disorder.