Aurora University

Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA)

ABA-1810-9  Selected Topics in Applied Behavior Analysis  (Variable semester hours)  

This course will address a specific area of study in applied behavior analysis not already covered by other course offerings. Prerequisites vary by topic.

ABA-2100/PSY-2100  Principles of Everyday Behavior  (4 semester hours)  

This course is designed to provide an introduction to the field of behavior analysis. Everyday behavior will be examined as a part of the natural world, with primary focus on how basic principles of behavior influence everyday behavior of both animals and humans.

ABA-2810-9  Selected Topics in Applied Behavior Analysis  (Variable semester hours)  

This course will address a specific area of study in applied behavior analysis not already covered by other course offerings. Prerequisites vary by topic.

ABA-3200/ABA-3210/PSY-3210  Applied Behavior Analysis  (4 semester hours)  

This course is an introduction to applied behavior analysis (ABA), which is a field dedicated to the application of behavioral principles and procedures. We will cover basic principles such as reinforcement, punishment, stimulus control, extinction, etc. and we will address how these principles relate to common behavioral procedures. In addition, we will cover particular topics such as behavioral medicine, behavioral gerontology, drug and alcohol abuse, classroom management, developmental disabilities, and applications in business and industry.

ABA-3210/ABA-3200/PSY-3210  Applied Behavior Analysis  (4 semester hours)  

This course is an introduction to applied behavior analysis (ABA), which is a field dedicated to the application of behavioral principles and procedures. We will cover basic principles such as reinforcement, punishment, stimulus control, extinction, etc. and we will address how these principles relate to common behavioral procedures. In addition, we will cover particular topics such as behavioral medicine, behavioral gerontology, drug and alcohol abuse, classroom management, developmental disabilities, and applications in business and industry.

ABA-3810-9  Selected Topics in Applied Behavior Analysis  (Variable semester hours)  

This course will address a specific area of study in applied behavior analysis not already covered by other course offerings. Prerequisites vary by topic.

ABA-4500/PSY-4500  Behavioral Treatment for Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder  (4 semester hours)  

This is an advanced undergraduate-level course in applied behavior analysis (ABA). Specifically, this course will address the application of the principles of behavior to common behavioral deficits and excesses of social significance related to autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The course satisfies the 40-hour training requirement for the Behavior Analysts Certification Board's (BACB) Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) credential. The primary goal of this course is to prepare students to serve as behavior technicians in clinics that provide early intensive behavioral intervention (EIBI) services to children diagnosed with autism. Behavior technicians are responsible for teaching language, social skills, self-help skills, and academic skills to young children with autism.

ABA-4810-9  Selected Topics in Applied Behavior Analysis  (Variable semester hours)  

This course will address a specific area of study in applied behavior analysis not already covered by other course offerings. Prerequisites vary by topic.