Applications are invited from candidates who hold a second-class honours degree (or equivalent). Short-listing is on the basis of written application, taking account of academic qualifications and relevant experience. Short-listed applicants will be called for interview.
Months of entry
The programme subscribes to the scientist- practitioner model, and provides students with a thorough and integrated training in academic, practical and research aspects of applied behaviour analysis. The programme will prepare graduates for careers in clinical and educational settings as applied behaviour analysts and will provide the academic training necessary for graduates to apply for board certification in behaviour analysis (see: www.bacb.com). Supervised work experience will also be provided for those wishing to apply for board certification.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Jennifer Holloway