Board Certified Behavior Analyst - BCBA

PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE || INTERNATIONAL DIPLOMA - Students have the opportunity to become a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). This track is recommended for students residing in the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, and Canada. If you reside in another country, please consider our QBA program Asynchronous class options available.

IMPORTANT information for students who need to transition from the 4th Edition to the 5th Edition!


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This Program is Perfect For...

…for anyone who seeks to make positive changes in individuals’ lives through the implementation and dissemination of applied behavior analysis.


What you'll learn...

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OR    Enroll by phone - 805.893.4200 | Mon-Fri - 9am-5pm PST  

Additional Information


  Public UCSB Students International
Individual Courses $680 $510 $680
Certificate Release Fee  $150  $150 $150
ABA Competency Course (mandatory) $250 $250 $250
Supervision Course (optional) $650 $650 $650
Study Prep Course (optional)  $250 $250 $250
Learning Module Series (Cost varies depending on the option you choose) $279 - $425 $279 - $425 $279 - $425
    *25% Discount Available for Current UCSB Students!  Info

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Important - If you completed our program, please click here so that our coordinator can submit your final coursework attestation to BACB. This will expedite your application.  

For additional instructions regarding coursework attestation, please click here.

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Student Testimonials 

"I am very satisfied with the UCSB ABA program. It  was the most affordable program that I could find. It also has helped me apply the learned concepts with clients and even with my child and relatives. I highly recommend the program to anyone who is interested in learning about human behavior and how to reshape it." - Eddy

"As an ABA therapist new to the field, the ABA program at UCSB extension was my life saver. It gave me not only the foundational skills but also the tools and support to effectively perform my duties as a therapist then, and as a BCBA now.  One of the first topics that opened my eyes was the supervisor and supervisee responsibilities. It highlighted the industry standards, expectations and relationships between them. I clearly remember thinking to myself the unethical disparities from the industry standards and the reality at my job, which allowed me to advocate and set healthy boundaries and relationships. I think back to those days as a novel therapist and feel grateful that such a program guided me through the BCBA journey." - Candice 

The Rise of ABA: Applied Behavior Analysis on the PaCE Pod


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