Increase your earning power in an in-demand field while transforming the lives of your patients.
Careers in Applied Behavior Analysis
As a Board Certified Behavior Analyst, you’ll work with a number of populations that benefit immensely from therapy, helping your patients’ caregivers implement behavior support plans, procedures, and skills that change lives.
The majority of Board Certified Behavior Analysts work with children with autism-spectrum disorders, those with other intellectual disabilities, and in education. Other areas of work include behavioral gerontology, organizational behavior management, and public policy and rehabilitation.
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“The greatest strength is the professors. Not only do they shape you into a behavior analyst, but they really prepare you to network professionally. The professors actively connect you with professionals in a field that once seemed untouchable. Additionally, the thesis component really made the program for me. Having the ability to conduct our own research under the professors provided a deeper understanding of the scientific processes used in behavior analysis.”
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Where Our Grads Go
Get a glimpse into your bright future by exploring the careers of these Rollins graduates.
Chandler Pelfrey ’19ABACSBoard Certified Behavior Analyst
Adriana Rodriguez ’18ABACSAssociate Clinical Director, Behavior Framework
Morgan Smith Kissenberth ’20ABACSBoard Certified Behavior Analyst, Acorn Health
Sulay Martinez ’19ABACSCo-Founder & Clinical Director, Contemporary Learning Center
Angie Van Arsdale ’19ABACSPhD Candidate
Stephanie Gonzalez ’18ABACSPhD Candidate, University of Florida
First Step to Advancing Your Career
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