EPY 6113 Principles of Applied Behavior Analysis
Three hours lecture. The study of basic concepts and principles of behavior analysis. Although the school setting may be discussed, emphasis is on these topics as they are applied in a non-school setting. Cannot be used for special education certification.
EPY 6223 Applications of Behavior Analysis
(Prerequisite: Permission of instructor). Three hours lecture. Practical application of concepts and principles related to educational and applied behavior analysis, implementation and analysis of intervention procedures.
EPY 8493 Social-Emotional and Behavioral Assessment
(Prerequisites: EPY 8263 or consent of the department). Three hours lecture. Theory and practice of social and behavioral assessment will be emphasized; including identification of presenting concerns, selection of assessment techniques, interpretation of data, and report writing.
EPY 8763 Advanced Applied Behavior Analysis
(Prerequisite: EPY 6113). Three hours lecture. The focus will be on the identification, analysis, treatment, and evaluation of behavioral problems presented by children and youth. Emphasis on these topics as they are applied in a non-school setting.
EPY 9603 Legal and Ethical Issues in Behavior Analysis
Three hours lecture. Foundations of practice, roles and functions, professional issues and standards with emphasis on legal and ethical means in behavior analysis and psychology.
EPY 9443 Single Subject Design
Three hours lecture. A detailed examination of single-subject research designs and their associated research methods including data collection and data evaluation techniques.
EPY 9613 Consultation, Supervision, & Personnel Management in Applied Behavior Analysis
(Prerequisite: Consent of the instructor.) Three hours lecture. Systematic review and application of behavioral consultation, supervision, and personnel management in human service settings