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- Specialization Areas: List of Courses
- Special Education Minor
- Special Education Field Experiences
- BCBA/ABA Intensive Practicum
- Course Rotation Schedule
ABA/BCBA Admission and Registration
How to Apply
There are two options for taking the ABA/BCBA course sequence and/or practicum: 1) Non-Degree, or 2) part of our Master's of Science in Special Education program.
- Non-Degree: This option is typically for students who already have a master's degree or doctorate and only want to take the 18 credits of behavior analysis coursework. Students who are considered non-degree are not eligible for federal financial aid. To take the BCBA course sequence as a non-degree seeking student, please follow the BCBA Course Sequence Admission Instructions for Non-Degree Seeking Students.
Master's of Science (M.S.) in Special Education: This option is for students who want to take the 18 credits of behavior analysis coursework as part of their M.S. program. For example, students can specialize in Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and take the behavior analysis coursework as electives. Students enrolled in the M.S. program are eligible for federal financial aid.
You must complete the online application to be admitted as a degree-seeking student: http://graduateschool.und.edu/my-gradspace.cfm. Should you have questions about this application, please contact the School of Graduate Studies at 701.777.2784 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Master of Science Application Deadlines|
|For a Fall Admission||May 15|
|For a Spring Admission||October 15|
|For a Summer Admission||March 15|