ABA 503 : Concepts and Principles of Behavior Analysis

This course builds on work completed in ABA-501.  It is a continuation of the study of key concepts in the science of behavior and applied behavior analysis (ABA).  It focuses on synthesizing content from previous coursework and understanding how to apply previously learned concepts to implement discrete trial instruction, direct instruction, precision teaching, and personalized system of instruction.  It also addresses application o fantecedents and consequence in order to bring about behavior change.  You learn a variety of procedures to improve learning.  You also learn the ethical implications of and potential uses of punishment procedures.  This course provides credit hours toward educational qualifications required to sit for the behavior analysis certification exam.

Prerequisites

ABA 501 , ABA 502