100% Online schedule


3 start times a year



Apply with no GRE


Graduate in as few as 18 months


Help people achieve better living through better behavior.

Designed for professionals from a variety of health science backgrounds, our Master of Science in Applied Behavioral Analysis can help you join or excel in the field of behavioral science. You can benefit from a flexible online schedule and complete your degree in as few as 18 months.
Students who graduate before 2022 can take advantage of the current ABA program requirements. Due to changes in BACB* accreditation requirements, students who graduate after January 2022 will need to complete additional coursework and practicum hours.

With our online applied behavioral analysis program, you’ll study the evaluation, assessment, and intervention techniques necessary to help children and adults struggling with behavioral issues. Graduates from Regis College are prepared to help their clients learn new behaviors or reduce problem behaviors associated with various behavioral, medical, and psychological disorders.

Why choose Regis for your online Master of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis?

  • 100% Online
  • 3 start times a year
  • Rewarding career outcomes

A Few Career Opportunities:

  • Clinical Director- $73,698*
  • University/ College Professor- $69,296*
  • Clinical Supervisor -$61,315*
  • ABA Training Coordinator- $59,259*

Regis College is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (formerly the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc.).

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This coursework sequence has been verified to meet the coursework requirements for eligibility to take the Board Certified Behavior Analyst Examination®. Applicants will have to meet additional requirements to qualify.

Online Applied Behavior Analysis Program Options

1Students completing degree requirements after January 1, 2022, may need to complete additional requirements. As each state has its own regulations and licensure requirements that are always evolving, it is critical to contact your state’s licensing board for current information.

2Applicants with any master’s degree that falls outside a master’s in ABA, psychology, or education, (even minor deviations like MS in Counseling Psychology or MA in Educational Leadership) must provide written confirmation from the BACB that their degree will be considered acceptable. Applicants will need to complete a field of study evaluation by the BACB (https://www.bacb.com/field-of-study-evaluation/) prior to applying to or matriculating in the certificate program.

3ABA 640 Concepts and Principles I Intro to ABA, ABA 642 Concepts and Principles II Experimental ABA, ABA 644 Treatment Evaluation, ABA 652 Behavior Assessment, ABA 654 Behavior Intervention, ABA 656 Ethical Practice in ABA.

4Practicum I, Practicum II, Practicum III.