Careers: Behavior Analysis Graduate Certificate

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Are you interested in improving outcomes for individuals with behavior and learning challenges in a clinical, educational or residential setting, or developing a deeper understanding of human behavior?  If so, a Behavior Analysis Graduate Certificate may be an ideal fit for you. Gain cutting-edge marketability, knowledge, and skills to increase your earning potential and quality of life.

Whether as a teacher, psychologist, ABA therapist, or other human service professional, you’ll find opportunities in schools, hospitals, mental health centers, behavioral centers, residential facilities and corporate settings where you’ll help clients improve language, motor, social, and reasoning skills.

 

Career Paths

The field of behavioral analysis is growing rapidly allowing for new and exciting employment opportunities.  The job outlook continues to look very favorable for graduates as there continues to be a significant shortage of behavior analysts.  Individuals with a Behavior Analysis Graduate Certificate may find themselves applying skills and knowledge in a variety of career fields which are listed below.  Please note that some of these may require a degree or licensure in a specific field other than behavior analysis.

  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst
  • Special Education
  • Mental Health
  • Social Work
  • School Counseling
  • Speech Pathology
  • Substance Abuse
  • Research
  • Education
  • Criminal Justice
  • Human Resources
  • Business

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