Applied Behavior Analysis at USF
USF Applied Behavior Analysis

CE Credits/Applied Behavior Analysis

Online CE learning modules are now offered by the ABA program at USF and sponsored by Dr. Ray Miltenberger, approved continuing education (ACE) provider of Type 2 continuing education hours for BCBA and BCaBA certificants. Courses are designed to refresh and sharpen the behavior analytic repertoire of the practicing BCaBA or BCBA or anyone who works with individuals with problematic behaviors. 1 to 2 continuing education (CE) credits are earned, contingent on passing a 10 question, multiple choice quiz at the end of the modules. View flyer.

CEU Articles

Using staff training to decrease the use of restrictive procedures at two facilities for foster care children (CECWST01) -- This course is an article on Child Welfare Staff Training incorporating behavioral procedures into staff training to increase positive interactions and decrease restrictive procedures within the Child Welfare System. Crosland, K.A., Cigales, M., Dunlap, G., Neff, B., Clark, H.B., Giddings, T., & Blanco, A. (2008). Using staff training to decrease the use of restrictive procedures at two facilities for foster care children. Research on Social Work Practice, 18, 401-409. In order to get CEU credit, you must read the article, and complete both a quiz and evaluation.

register1 CEU Credit


Price: $12.00


The effects of staff training on the types of interactions observed at two group homes for foster care children (CECWST02) -- This course is an article on Child Welfare Staff Training incorporating behavioral procedures into staff training to improve staff interaction with children in group foster care homes. Crosland, K.A., Dunlap, G., Sager, W., Wilcox, C., Blanco, A., & Giddings, T. (2008).The effects of staff training on the types of interactions observed at two group homes for foster care children. Research on Social Work Practice, 18, 410-420. In order to get CEU credit, you must read the article, and complete both a quiz and evaluation.

register1 CEU Credit


Price: $12.00


Applying behavior analysis with clinical problems (CEHR01) -- This course is a review and analysis of habit reversal procedures and variations used in the treatment of tics, habit disorders, and stuttering. Miltenberger, R., Fuqua, R.W., & Woods, D.W. (1998). Applying behavior analysis with clinical problems: Review and analysis of habit reversal. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 31, 447-469. In order to get CEU credit, you must read the article, and complete both a quiz and evaluation.

register1.5 CEU Credit


Price: $18.00


Establishing a deictic relational repertoire in young children (CERL01) -- This course is an article on Relational Learning as an operant process where the behavior of relating myriad stimuli and events is not only shapable, but so too, leads to an overarching class where the relating of these things may occur without direct experience. Weil, T.M., Hayes, S.C., & Capurro, P. (2011). Establishing a deictic relational repertoire in young children. Psychological Record, 61, 371-390 In order to get CEU credit, you must read the article, and complete both a quiz and evaluation.

register1.5 CEU Credit


Price: $18.00


Assessing relational learning deficits in perspective-taking in children with high-functioning autism spectrum disorder (CERL02) -- This course is an article review of two experiments: (1) whether children with autism spectrum disorder demonstrated relational learning deficits in a perspective-taking task as compared to their age-matched typically developing peers, and (2) whether accuracy in perspective-taking correlated with scores on standardized instruments commonly used in the assessment of autism spectrum disorder. Rehfeldt, R. A., Dillen, J. E., Ziomek, M. M., & Kowalchuk, R. K. (2007). Assessing relational learning deficits in perspective-taking in children with high-functioning autism spectrum disorder. The Psychological Record, 57, 23-47. In order to get CEU credit, you must read the article, and complete both a quiz and evaluation.

register1.5 CEU Credits


Price: $18.00


Necessity of Data Learning Modules

Writing Great Operational Definitions (ABAND01) -- The online training modules utilize behavioral skills training to allow for practice of the skills taught during the module with feedback. The series will cover topics on the Necessity of Data. This course will cover Writing Great Operational Definitions.

register1 CEU Credit


Price: $12.00


Selecting an Appropriate Measurement System (ABAND02) -- The online training modules utilize behavioral skills training to allow for practice of the skills taught during the module with feedback. The series will cover topics on the Necessity of Data. This course will cover Selecting an Appropriate Measurement System.

register2 CEU Credits


Price: $24.00


Displaying Data in a Meaningful Way (ABAND03) -- The online training modules utilize behavioral skills training to allow for practice of the skills taught during the module with feedback. The series will cover topics on the Necessity of Data. This course will cover Displaying Data in a Meaningful Way.

register1 CEU Credit


Price: $12.00


Identifying Functional Relationship & Making Data Based Decisions (ABAND04) -- The online training modules utilize behavioral skills training to allow for practice of the skills taught during the module with feedback. The series will cover topics on the Necessity of Data. This course will cover Identifying Functional Relationship & Making Data Based Decisions.

register1.5 CEU Credits


Price: $18.00


Graphing Single Subject Designs (ABAND05) -- The online training modules utilize behavioral skills training to allow for practice of the skills taught during the module with feedback. The series will cover topics on the Necessity of Data. This course will cover Graphing Single Subject Designs.

register2.5 CEU Credits


Price: $30.00

Course Format

Online CE learning modules are now offered by the ABA program at USF and sponsored by Dr. Ray Miltenberger, approved continuing education (ACE) provider of Type 2 continuing education hours for BCBA and BCaBA certificants. Courses are designed to refresh and sharpen the behavior analytic repertoire of the practicing BCaBA or BCBA or anyone who works with individuals with problematic behaviors. 1 to 2 continuing education (CE) credits are earned, contingent on passing a 10 question, multiple choice quiz at the end of the modules.

  • CE Articles: Provides the student with books and/or articles on a topic area in Applied Behavior Analysis in order to obtain CE credit via an online quiz.
  • Online Training Modules: Series 1 courses discuss various topics on the necessity of data such as creating great operation definitions, selecting an appropriate measurement system, and creating single subject research design graphs using Excel for both the PC and Mac operating systems.

While there are no educational requirements or prerequisites for taking these courses, the coursework is designed to meet a range of educational and professional needs. New courses will be added so please check back for additional course listings.

System Requirements

  • Browser: While our courses are viewable on a wide variety of browsers, Internet Explorer and Firefox work the best. Please ensure that your browser is updated to the latest version.
  • Internet Connection: 56K modems will work, however due to embedded video in several courses, a broadband connection is recommended.
  • Software: No specialized software is needed, however please ensure that you have the latest Adobe Flash and Shockwave players installed.
  • Audio: Speakers (internal or external) or headset speakers is required.
USF Applied Behavior Analysis

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