Applied Behavior Analysis: MS

Program Information


Online Master's in Applied Behavior Analysis


Master of Science (MS)


College of Education


Fall Term: March 27



Program Description

The University of Oregon Online Master of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is designed to prepare clinician-researchers to apply the science of human behavior and learning to a variety of populations and settings with particular emphasis on meeting the needs of individuals with disabilities in educational, home, and clinical settings. Our Master's degree in Applied Behavior Analysis provides a strong foundation in the principles and conceptual underpinnings of ABA and the application of behavior analysis in multidisciplinary contexts. The Master’s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis requires students to meet programmatic requirements related to diversity, equity, justice, and inclusion. These requirements will prepare students to be behavior analytic professionals who engage in reflective practices, cultural humility, neurodiversity affirming practices, advocacy for improving disparities in applied behavior analysis, and cross cultural applications of applied behavior analysis.

Program Prerequisites

Bachelor's degree

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Application at a Glance

UO requirements:

International Applicants: minimum TOEFL of 88, minimum IELTS of 7 or a bachelor's degree or higher from Canada (excluding Quebec), Ireland, New Zealand, the United Kingdom or the United States.


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