The Master of Science degree designates graduates as having a mastery or extensive knowledge of an area of study. An M.S. can help students advance their current career or prepare them to pursue a doctoral degree. Graduates of our M.S. program obtain the training necessary to apply learned theories, concepts, and best practices to their present and future work. Real-world training, community service opportunities, and a multicultural approach to education prepares students to excel in a number of fields.
The Chicago School offers the following online M.S. programs:
Online M.S. in Applied Behavior Analysis: TCS-OPP:Online
The online M.S. ABA program is a 48 credit hour program designed to prepare students to become Board Certified Behavior Analysts and is approved by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board. Students studying Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) learn to affect socially significant behavioral changes in individuals with developmental disabilities – from those in regular educational settings to those who wish to improve performance or master skills in a variety of ways.
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