A. Michele Williams, Ph.D., BCBA-D, Director
The Master of Arts in Applied Behavior Analysis and Clinical Science Program is accredited by the Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI).
The mission of the Applied Behavior Analysis and Clinical Science master’s program is to produce graduates skilled in behavior analysis and clinical science. By the completion of their training, students will exhibit a mastery of application and research skills that will permit them to design and evaluate behavioral interventions and research.
The master’s program in Applied Behavior Analysis and Clinical Science at Rollins College follows a junior-colleague model to ensure high-quality mentoring of students. Upon entering the program, students work collaboratively with all faculty in every aspect of professional development, including: professional networking, practicum site selection, designing and conducting research, presenting and publishing research, and goal setting with regards to further graduate study or job placement. For the thesis/capstone process in the final year, students are matched with one primary adviser according to research interests.
This program will prepare students for either master’s-level professional practice in applied behavior analysis or for doctoral-level work in clinical psychology or applied behavior analysis.