4 reasons why getting a certificate might be a good career move for you
December 12, 2016
Dr. Mary Caruso-Anderson, chair of the Department of Applied Behavior Analysis at the Washington, D.C. Campus was quoted in this Washington Post article about the benefits of earning a certificate to advance your career.
“Our field is developing so rapidly,” says Mary Caruso-Anderson, chair of the Department of Applied Behavior Analysis at the Chicago School’s D.C. campus. “[Certification] allows us to meet a need as a field more quickly.”
About Mary Caruso-Anderson
Mary Caruso-Anderson, Ph.D.’s primary research interests lie in the study of gene-behavior relationships in developmental and intellectual disabilities (DD/ID). Read more about Dr. Caruso-Anderson here.