MSc (Applied Behaviour Analysis)
College of Arts, Social Sciences, & Celtic Studies
This Master of Science (MSc) programme is designed to meet your needs as a practitioner to improve services in the intellectual and developmental disabilities, education, rehabilitation, and mental health fields. The principles and strategies of ABA can be used to alter a wide range of human behaviour and are often recommended as the best practice approach for working with people with intellectual disabilities and/or pervasive developmental disorders such as autism spectrum disorder.
The course is accredited by the internationally recognised Behavior Analyst Certification Board, allowing graduates to work as practitioners in organisations or as independent contractors abroad as well as in Ireland.
The programme follows the scientist-practitioner model, providing students with an integrated training in ABA's academic, practical and research aspects.
Applications are invited from candidates who hold a Second Class Honours degree (or equivalent). Evidence of relevant experience and motivation will be taken into account in offering places on the course.
Garda Vetting/Police Clearance is required for this programme.
2 years, full-time
Next start date: September 2013
Average intake: 15
Closing date: 24 May 2013
The programme features thorough training in a wide variety of techniques in Applied Behaviour Analysis. Students are given training in the theoretical foundations of behaviour analysis as well a multitude of skills to train as practitioners in a real world setting. There is a strong emphasis placed on the ability to work with, and provide treatment for, diverse and complex populations. Students learn to demonstrate competence in the design of educational and rehabilitative programmes in an applied environment.
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Requirements and assessment
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Dr Geraldine Leader
T: +353 91 493 434
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Fees for this course
EU (Total): €5,450
- Student levy: €224
Non-EU (Total): €13,250
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