Course: PSY 698D. Graduate Culminating Project (3)

Prerequisites: Graduate standing in psychology; instructor permission required. In this culminating graduate course, students demonstrate their mastery of the behavior analytic skills necessary to become competent Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs). Students will be expected to apply the knowledge and experiences they gained in their prior behavioral clinical graduate coursework to new cases. Students will be given hypothetical clinical cases and assessment results and expected to write conceptually, ethically, and methodologically sound functional behavior assessments. Students also will be given hypothetical functional behavior assessment results and expected to develop evidence-based, cost-effective written treatment plans with appropriate citations, which include, but are not limited to, methods to evaluate interobservor agreement, treatment integrity, and treatment effectiveness. (Credit/No Credit only)

Fall-2023 - Schedule of Classes

PSY 698D

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