$315.00 on the 10th of each month for 12 months and a $75.00 tuition payment for the first month paid today
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Tuesday & Thursday; M – TH (July – August 2020 Only)
November 4, 2019 – October 2020
5pm – 8pm
Touro University Campus
874 American Pacific Dr.
Henderson, NV 89014
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First payment: August 10, 2019
Applied Behavior Analysis (21 Graduate Credits)
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• CTE is responsible to administer and collect the tuition payments for this program. Over 12 months, a credit/debit card payment of $315 will be collected on the 10th day of every month. The first payment will begin on October 10, 2019. There is a $75 payment plan set up fee at the time signing up.
Questions: Call CTE at 702-697-0006 opt. 5 or email email@example.com
Program Date: November 4, 2019 – October 2020
Online applications must be submitted and received by Touro University Nevada no later than October 5, 2019.
Touro University Nevada
Touro University Nevada is a private Jewish institution that maintains a School of Education that is regionally accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) and all licensure programs are approved by the Nevada State Department of Education.
Why Touro University Nevada (TUN) is the right choice for your Professional Growth Plan (PGP)?
• TUN is an approved Institution of Higher Education by the Nevada Department of Education (NV DOE) to be a teacher preparation program provider.
• 1 credit earned at TUN equates to 8 CUs. Thus, a 3-credit course = 24 Contact Units (CUs). A minimum of 225 CUs is needed for column movement.
• Non-approved Institutions of Higher Education earn 5 CUs per 1 semester credit. Therefore, a 3-credit course (non-approved) = 15 CUs
• Completion of this 21-graduate credit Certification = 168 CUs
The Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) coursework at Touro University Nevada (TUN) is an opportunity for individuals with a Bachelor’s degree to expand their skill set when it comes to working with exceptional children. Through a series of seven courses you will:
• Learn about the philosophical underpinnings of behavior analysis
• Understand the concepts and principles upon which ABA is derived
• Know the methods for collecting and interpreting data
• Assess target behaviors
• Select and implement evidence-based strategies
• Manage and supervise others, and
• Learn about the professional and ethical standards that must be considered in the delivery of behavioral interventions
Each course is directly correlated to both the 5th Edition Task List and the Professional and Ethical Compliance Code for Behavior Analysts as currently published by the Behavior Analytic Certification Board®. What are the benefits of learning about the field of Applied Behavior Analysis? From a public school perspective, you will be able to provide an appropriate education as required by federal law utilizing the principles and skills acquired throughout this program. From a health care perspective, you will learn how these skills can be directly applied in a clinical setting.
CTAV 602 A – Philosophical Underpinnings of Behavior Analysis (Tuesday & Thursday)
(3 Graduate Credits/24 CUs) Course Date: November 5, 2019 – December 24
This course will focus on defining and identifying the concepts and principles of Applied Behavior Analysis. Specifically, students will identify the goals of behavior analysis, explain the philosophical assumptions underlying the science of behavior analysis, describe and explain radical behaviorism, distinguish among the varying concepts of behaviorism, and describe the dimensions of Applied Behavior Analysis.
CTAV 602 B – Concepts and Principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (Tuesday & Thursday)
(3 Graduate Credits/24 CUs) Course Date: January 7, 2020 – February 18
This course will focus on defining and identifying the concepts and principles of Applied Behavior Analysis. Specifically, students will define and provide examples of various foundational components of ABA, including, but not limited to, stimulus and stimulus class, positive and negative reinforcement contingencies, and motivating operants.
CTAV 602 C – Designing, Measuring, and Interpreting Behavior (Tuesday & Thursday)
(3 Graduate Credits/24 CUs) Course Date: March 3 – April 30
This course will focus on designing, measuring, and interpreting behavior. Specifically, students will demonstrate competency with concepts including, but not limited to, measuring temporal dimensions of behavior, evaluating validity and reliability of measurement procedures, and singlesubject design.
CTAV 602 D – Professional and Ethical Compliance in Applied Behavior Analysis (Tuesday & Thursday)
(3 Graduate Credits/24 CUs) Course Date: May 5 – June 23
This course will focus on understanding the ten ethics codes as it relates to Applied Behavior Analysis. Specifically, students will learn: (a) responsibility to clients; (b) self-monitoring of own professional behavior; (c) conducting assessments and developing behavior change programs that are based on behavior analytic principles; (d) teaching and supervision; and (e) promoting the general welfare of society through the application of the principles of behavior. from the Professional and Ethical Compliance Code are correlated to course content.
CTAV 602 E – Assessment of Problem Behavior (Monday & Wednesday)
(3 Graduate Credits/24 CUs) Course Date: July – August (Exact Dates TBA)
This course will focus on assessing problem behavior. Specifically, students will demonstrate competency with concepts including, but not limited to, identifying and prioritizing socially significant behavior-change goals, conducting preference and reinforcer assessments, and conducting functional analysis of problem behaviors.
CTAV 602 F – Behavior Change Procedures (Tuesday & Thursday)
(3 Graduate Credits/24 CUs) Course Date: July – August (Exact Dates TBA)
This course will focus on identifying, selecting, and implementing various behavior-change procedures. Specifically, students will demonstrate competency with concepts including, but not limited to, strengthening and developing behavior (i.e., reinforcement, shaping), decreasing and eliminating behavior (i.e., punishment, extinction), and making data-based decisions about the effectiveness of intervention.
CTAV 602 G – Implementing and Supervising Behavior Change Programs (Tuesday & Thursday)
(3 Graduate Credits/24 CUs) Course Date: September – October (Exact Dates TBA)
This course will focus on personnel supervision and management. Specifically, students will demonstrate competency with concepts including, but not limited to, establishing clear performance expectations, using performance monitoring and feedback, and evaluating the effects of supervision.
Withdrawal Policy & Refunds
In order to withdraw from this program, a student must submit in writing to CTE via email that he or she wishes to withdraw from the program. If a student withdraws in writing to CTE before the initial program start date, CTE shall refund 100% tuition for the program, minus a $50 drop processing fee. If a student drops during the program, the program cost will be a pro rata amount of $180 per credit including a $100 drop fee. Any overcollected tuition funds shall be refunded within 5-10 business days.
Late Tuition Payments
If a tuition payment is not paid by the monthly due date, a $50 late payment charge will be assessed (No exceptions). Failure to pay your outstanding balance may result in a hold on your academic records and/or your account being referred to an outside collection agency, which will add additional charges.