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ABA 601- Foundations and Concepts in Behavior Analysis (3 units) *4th Edition Task
Conceptual and empirical factors underlying the science of behavior. Basic concepts in the science of behavior; in selecting, in defining and measuring behavior; and in evaluating and analyzing behavior change.
ABA 602 – Behavior Analysis Processes For Behavior Change (3 units) *4th Edition Task
Essential processes involved in changing behavior based on the main concepts of behavior analysis. Includes reinforcement, punishment, antecedent variables, developing new behavior, and decreasing behavior with non-punishment procedures.
Course Prerequisite: ABA 601.
ABA 603 - Applied Behavior Analysis Applications for Complex Procedures and Promoting
Behavior Change (3 units) *4th Edition Task List
Covers areas of functional analysis, verbal behavior, special applications of applied behavior analysis, promoting generalized behavior change, and ethical considerations for Applied Behavior Analysts.
Course Prerequisite: ABA 602.
ABA 604 – Classroom Management, Instructional Methods, and Ethical Considerations
in Behavior Analysis (3 units) *4th Edition Task List
Applications of behavior analysis in school settings. Covers areas of conducting functional behavior assessments, the main instructional principles documented in evidence-based instructional methodologies, and ethical considerations.
Course Prerequisite: ABA 603.
ABA 605 – Applied Behavior Analysis in Autism Spectrum Disorder (3 units) *4th Edition
Applying behavior analysis across the Autism Spectrum.
Course Prerequisite: ABA 604.
ABA 606 - Ethics and Professional Conduct in Behavior Analysis (3 units) *4th Edition
Covers the ethical and professional guidelines and responsibilities for behavior analysts. Areas of application range from classroom instruction, experimental research, and applying behavioral concepts and procedures to a variety of settings. Including educational institutions, business and industry, state agencies, clinical settings and in-home treatment models.
Course Prerequisite: ABA 605.