PSYC 2000 CAREER PATHS IN PSYCHOLOGY (1 credit)
A course that introduces the student to the different career paths available to psychology majors, both within and outside of the psychology field and those including graduate or professional school as well as career paths for those with bachelor's degrees. Required of psychology majors. This is a one (1) hour credit course.
Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): PSYC 1010.
The University of Nebraska Omaha and Munroe Meyer Institute (MMI) Applied Behavior Analysis Program’s mission is for graduate students who have met high levels of academic excellence in clinical and research skills in applied behavior analysis and mental/behavioral health. The ABA Program trains students in a behavior analytic orientation to provide much needed services for children and adolescents, including those with behavioral and neurodevelopmental disabilities. The certificate program complements the existing MS in Applied Behavior Analysis. The MS degree is for those individuals with a bachelor’s degree seeking a master’s degree and a program of coursework and practicum leading to Board Certification in Behavior Analysis. The certificate program is for those individuals who already have a masters, educational specialist or PhD degree and wish to acquire additional knowledge and skills in applied behavior analysis.