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FIT BCaBA Course Content


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FIT BCaBA Course Content

  1. 1. OFFICE OFSTRATEGIC INITIATIVESprofessional development programsBehavioral Science and TechnologyCourse content verification formBcaba levelJose A. Martinez-Diaz, Ph.D., BCBA-D, Program Coordinator CONTENT AREA AND REQUIRED NUMBER Course 1 Course 2 Course 3 Total Hours For OF CLASSROOM HOURS # 5000 # 5001 # 5002 Content Area Practicum hours do not count unless hours are in-class Course Title: Course Title: Course Title: instruction with instructor Basic Concepts and Behavioral Behavior Change Principles of Behavior Assessment and Procedures We are on the following system (check one): Analysis Program and Ethical Evaluation Considerations o Semester o Quarter # semester or # semester or # semester or quarter hours: 3 quarter hours: 3 quarter hours: 3 a. 10 hours in ethical considerations in behavior analysis 10 10 b. 40 hours in definitions and charac- teristics & principles, processes and 40 40 concepts c. 25 hours in behavioral assessment & selecting intervention outcomes 25 25 strategies d. 20 hours in experimental evaluation of interventions; measurement of behavior & displaying and interpret- 20 20 ing data e. 40 hours in behavior change proce- dures & systems support 5 35 40 Total Hours of Instruction 45 45 45 TOTAL 135*For example, behavior analytic applications in topic areas such as Autism, organizational behavior management, behavioral pharmacology, etc., as long as the coursework contact hours listed arebehavior analysis applications. Contact us for more information Office of Strategic Initiatives, Behavioral Science and Technology Programs (321) 674-8382 • (321) 674-8340 • Fax (321) 674-7050 • abareg@fit.eduFlorida Institute of Technology does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, color, religion, creed, national origin, ancestry, marital status, age, disability, sexual orientation, Vietnam-era veterans status or any other discrimination prohibited by law inthe admission of students, administration of its educational policies, scholarship and loan programs, employment policies, and athletic or other university sponsored programs or activities. SI-511-809