As a psychology student in the applied behavior analysis (ABA) track you will learn to apply psychological principles to help children and adults develop positive behaviors and improve their lives. You’ll learn how to evaluate behavior, how to plan and implement effective interventions, and how to apply behavior change procedures to a variety of situations. The ABA track prepares you to pursue an advanced degree or enter the workforce assisting those with autism spectrum disorder, developmental disabilities, behavior disorders, and other challenges in settings like schools, clinics, hospitals, businesses, and industry.
College of Humanities and Fine Arts
There are plenty of ways to get involved in the department of psychology. Join the Psychology Club or the Psychology Quiz Bowl Team. Build connections in the Psi Chi international honor society or the Social Psychology Club. Collaborate on research with faculty or apply your skills through an internship experience. Pick and choose or join them all.