Behavior Analysis and Education Policies and Academic Guidelines

Graduate Programs in Behavior Analysis and Education

The Dean of the School of Social Work has taken responsibility for the Graduate Programs in Behavior Analysis and Education, formerly housed in the College of Arts and Sciences. For the 2013-14 Academic Year the College of Arts & Sciences' Graduate School Academic Policies will continue to apply to the Behavior Analysis and Education graduate programs. The BA and Education programs will also follow the CAS Graduate School Calendar for 2013-14.

Behavior Analysis

  • M.S. in Behavior Analysis
  • Ph.D. in Behavior Analysis

General Education

  • Educational Leadership
  • Ph.D. in Educational Leadership
  • Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT)
    • Elementary, middle, and high school education
  • Advanced Content and Pedagogy (Professional License)
  • Professional License Certificate
  • Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study, Teaching English as a Second Language (C.A.G.S.)

Special Education

  • Moderate Disabilities
  • Moderate Disabilities Certificate
  • Severe Disabilities
  • Assistive Special Education Technology
  • Language and Literacy

Education and Behavior Analysis Program Directors

Paul Abraham MAT in Teaching English as a Second Language 617-521-2575
Jane Hardin MS Ed -Special Education, Moderate 617-521-2556
Gary Oakes MAT 617-521-2203
Chris Evans MS Ed-Special Education, Severe at New England Center for Children 617-521-2556
Roberta Kelly MS Ed - Education Leadership 617-521-2241
Russell Maguire MS Behavior Analysis PhD-Behavioral Analysis 617-521-2550
Allan Blume MS Ed-Special Education-Severe 617-521-2547

Graduate Education Internships

Students enrolled in graduate education programs that include an internship may be charged a supervision fee.