Overview of Behavior Analysis MS Psychology Program at California State University, Stanislaus
The Masters of Science Psychology Program in Behavior Analysis adheres to the Scientist-Practitioner Model. Our graduate program reflects the balanced integration of theory, research, and practice inherent to the behavior analytic approach. We train our students to:
More specifically, the mission of our Master's Program in Behavior Analysis is to provide students with a solid grounding in the theoretical underpinnings of Behavior Analysis. This theoretical understanding is closely correlated with supervised experiences using applied and experimental techniques. Our overall purpose is to train individuals with a high skill level who will, in turn, work to benefit the larger community.
The California State University, Stanislaus M.S. Psychology Program in Behavior Analysis
Goals for our students
Training model & mentoring practices
The M.S. Psychology degree in Behavior Analysis at California State University, Stanislaus is structured to provide a continuum of learning experiences to ensure that students acquire beginning professional competencies.
We practice what we preach. Student mastery is enhanced by the systematic use of study guides, frequent assessment and feedback, behavioral rehearsals, etc.
As students master content, they are then provided with opportunities to demonstrate these competencies in closely supervised settings and other practicum classes.
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