Applied Behavior Analysis - Special Ed. Information Session

Event Date:
June 6 at 5:00 pm

Location: Carriage House, Assumption College Campus

If you are considering a M.A. or C.A.G.S. in Applied Behavior Analysis or Special Education, join us for a combined Info Session to learn how a graduate degree from Assumption can launch or advance your career.

Join Applied Behavior Analysis Program Director Karen Lionello-DeNolf, Ph.D., and Special Education Program Director Nanho Vander Hart, Ph.D., who will discuss key benefits of their programs:

Applied Behavior Analysis:

  • Position yourself to enter a field with an increasingly great demand
  • Prepare to apply for licensure as an Applied Behavior Analyst in Massachusetts and to sit for the Board Certified Behavior Analyst exam
  • Gain supervised fieldwork experience
  • Work with individuals with autism and other developmental and intellectual disabilities
  • Pursue either an applied or research career path - coursework can be tailored to meet your goals

Special Education:

  • Instructors are experts in local school systems
  • Program modeled on Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) guidelines
  • Students may become eligible for Initial Licensure or Professional Licensure
  • Graduates enter a career in a high-need area; consistently high employment rate
  • C.A.G.S. in Special Education: Positive Behavior Support also available
  • Assumption Juniors: Plan ahead - Earn your B.A. and M.A. in just 5 years

All attendees will receive an application fee waiver.