Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)
Do you work with individuals or families who experience Autism Spectrum Disorder?
You may qualify for an opportunity to obtain a Board Certification in Behavioral Analysis. The BCBA program supports Alaska’s Workforce Development Initiative, and is aimed at building Alaska’s capacity to support children, youth and adults who experience Autism Spectrum Disorders.
This opportunity includes:
The BCBA Program is a 2 year commitment, involving 5 online courses (totaling 15 credits) and 1500 hours of field experience. To qualify for this opportunity you must currently hold a Master’s degree. Students are responsible for tuition at Northern Arizona University (NAU). The NAU program is part of the WICHE community and Alaskan students qualify for instate tuition.
Please visit the Behavior Analyst Certification Board Website for more information on the process of obtaining your BCBA. In addition, the NAU Positive Behavior Support Program website can help to orient you to the PBS program components.
An informational meeting on the program will be held Wednesday, October 10th, 10am in the Center For Human Development's boardroom. We are located at 2702 Gambell Street, Ste 103, across from Sears. If you are out of town or unable to make the meeting in person please call into the following conference number: 1-888-387-8686 ID: 4500683#
BCBA Application Request
Follow the link on the left hand side of the page and fill out the short application and you will receive a personalized link to our full online application.
Application Deadline is November 1st