School of Education to Host Applied Behavior Analysis Meet and Greet

Oct. 21, 2020

School of Education to host Applied Behavior Analysis Meet and Greet

The School of Education will host a virtual meet and greet on Wednesday, Oct. 28, from 6-7 p.m. The meet and greet is an opportunity to learn about Webster’s graduate programs in the rapidly growing Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) field. Attendees will be invited to engage in discussion and ask questions of faculty, students, and alumni.

Visit the event web page to register and see full details.

The event is a great opportunity for:

  • Professionals in Special Education, Mental Health, School Psychology, or Educational Psychology.
  • Undergraduates studying Education or Psychology.
  • Anyone interested in the science of Behavior Analysis who wants to grow their career. 

Applied Behavior Analysis Program 

The Association has approved the Applied Behavior Analysis Advanced Graduate Certificate program for Behavior Analysis International. The program will advance students' knowledge in radical behaviorism and prepare them to be a Board Certified Behavior Analyst to work with people with behavioral needs and improve their quality of life. 

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