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Applied Behavior Analysis Minor

This Psychology Program Minor in Applied Behavior Analysis is ideal for students who want to pursue careers as behavior analysts in educational and clinical settings.  Coursework in child development, educational psychology, and learning theory provides critical background knowledge for real world applications of the Applied Behavior Analysis minor as many behavior analyst work with children in educational settings.

Our Applied Behavior Analysis minor explores the fundamental principles of early development, learning, psychology and behavior analysis courses, such as personality psychology, abnormal psychology, child psychology, and/or forensic psychology. For a total of 15 credit hours, your psychology classes include:

  • Child Development
  • Educational Psychology
  • Learning Theory
  • Fundamentals of Applied Behavior Analysis
  • Advanced Concepts in Applied Behavior Analysis

Our faculty of professionals bring years of experience in the psychology field into the classroom, giving you the edge of practical and applicable learning.

Additionally, you will be guided by a dedicated academic advisor from the moment you enroll. At Post University, we want to see you succeed. Our staff are supportive of your goals and will do anything they can to help you reach them.

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1 APPLIED BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS MINOR 15 crs h
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3 PSY201 Child Development* 3 crs
4 PSY260 Educational Psychology 3 crs
5 PSY310 Learning Theory 3 crs
6 PSY321 Fundamentals of Applied Behavior Analysis 3 crs
7 PSY412 Advanced Concepts in Applied Behavior Analysis 3 crs
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9 *Prerequisite: PSY101

Enhance your skills and customize your degree with an Applied Behavior Analysis minor. If you’re interested in adding a minor to your degree, contact our admissions representative today. 

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