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Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) 
Graduate Degree & Program Information

Kaitlyn Lindsey

Kaitlin Lindsey
Academic Advising Coordinator
    k.lindsey@utah.edu    
801-581-4764

Rob O'neill

Rob O'Neill
Professor
  Program Coordinator  
rob.oneill@utah.edu
801-581-3913


BCBA Podcast Interview

For more information about the BCBA Program you can also listen to an interview podcast with Dr. Rob O'Neill from the Department of Special Education and Dr. Aaron Fischer from the Department of Educational Psychology. The podcast interview was conducted and prepared by ABA Technologies, Inc.   

This emphasis prepares graduates to work with a wide range of children and adult populations (with and without disability labels) in a variety of settings, including schools, residential and vocational programs, and home and community environments. Graduates learn a wide variety of behavior analytic concepts and applied behavior analytic applications and strategies for use in a wide range of settings. Also see further information at BACB Certification Board and BCBA Examination Pass Rate Data.

 

BCBA Program Requirements
Graduate Admissions
SPED Student handbook

Graduate non-degree seeking options

 

Last Updated: 3/30/22