Master of Applied Behavior Analysis and Clinical Science
The Master of Applied Behavior Analysis and Clinical Science (ABACS) program allows qualified Rollins seniors to simultaneously earn undergraduate and graduate credits toward a master’s degree in applied behavior analysis and clinical science from the College’s Hamilton Holt School.
By continuing your graduate studies at Rollins, you’ll continue to reap the benefits of the College’s signature personalized learning environment, opportunities for hands-on experience, and the expertise of the best professors in the South.
Rollins’ ABACS graduate program is designed for students interested in understanding how human behaviors are learned and how they can change over time. Demand for behavior analysts, especially those specializing in autism, has more than doubled in recent years. Following a junior-colleague model to ensure high-quality mentoring, Rollins’ ABACS program is one of only a few master’s programs in the country and the only program in Orlando to earn accreditation from the Association for Behavior Analysis International.
Master of Arts in Applied Behavior Analysis and Clinical Science
Jump-start your career while saving time and money in Rollins’ accelerated Master of Arts Applied Behavior Analysis and Clinical Science program through the Hamilton Holt School.
Not only do our industry-leading faculty members shape students into effective behavior analysts, but they also foster networking in the field and work one on one with students during the thesis component of the program, providing a deeper understanding of the scientific processes used in behavior analysis.
Rollins College Hamilton Holt School
Michele Williams, PhD
Associate Professor and ABACS Program Director
Areas of focus: Single-subject design, the experimental analysis of behavior, and the theory and philosophy of behavior analysis
Kara Wunderlich, PhD
Assistant Professor of Applied Behavior Analysis and Clinical Science
Areas of focus: Behavioral assessment and ethics and professional issues related to behavior analytic practice