The Chicago School

Doctor of Philosophy in Behavior Analysis (Online)

The post-master's Ph.D. in Behavior Analysis program provides a solid foundation in the science and application of behavior analysis, promoting an interdisciplinary and translational approach to clinical practice through the integration of theory and practice. The program expands knowledge and skills by strengthening students' research, clinical, and leadership skills. The aim of the program is to prepare students for a rewarding career in the rapidly growing field of behavior analysis. Doctoral graduates are lead practitioners and researchers in educational, clinical, and business settings who can successfully respond to the diverse needs of consumers of behavioral interventions and therapies, and who can teach and mentor students of behavior analysis in university settings. In addition, students may specialize in Organizational Behavior Management, qualify for a credential in Culturo-Behavior Science, or both.

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