Admission to the M.S. program in Applied Behavior Analysis or in Educational Psychology at Georgia State University or by special permission of the Applied Behavior Analysis Program Coordinator
Students must have completed with a grade of B or higher the following courses: EPY 8020, EPY 8850, and EPY 8970.
This course will provide students with opportunities for supervision of clinical work in applied behavior analysis. The course will follow the experience guidelines set forth by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (bacb.com). The purpose of this course is to provide additional learning opportunities in the areas of working directly with clients/customers, implementing treatment plans, and monitoring and analyzing data to make data-based decisions. Students enrolled in practicum will be required to find placement at an approved practicum site that will allow them to meet the specified hour requirements. (Repeatable).