Aug 08, 2022
Students completing the four required courses of the certificate can elect to complete a practicum of 1000 hours making them eligible to take the BAaCB exam. These individuals would work in a variety of health care settings working with staff to implement behavioral modification.
For more information about the Applied Behavior Analysis Assistant certificate, please visit our website at www.dmacc.edu/programs/aging.
Important note: Students are strongly advised to contact one of the staff members of Aging Services Management in Bldg. 24, Room 208A, on the Ankeny Campus or call 515-964-6262 or 515-964-6814 for additional important information.
Program Entry Requirements
Program Chair approval.
Total Credits Required to Complete this Certificate - 12
Tuition……………………………………………………………………………………..$143.00 per credit
The costs for each program are estimates and subject to change.
Costs for books, supplies, etc., will be $150-$200 per course.
The Applied Behavior Analysis Assistant certificate program requires students to supply the Aging Services Management
office with a current criminal background/abuse check, current physical exam, TB test and proof of immunizations/titers
after their acceptance into the program. Students are responsible for the cost of each of these.
Approximate total for program: $2,316*
*Program entry requirements are not included in the total approximate cost.
What Kind of Work Will You Do?
• Observe and provide behavior change procedures.
• Improve quality of life for the elderly in any position in the healthcare field.
What Skills and Abilities Will You Need?
• Ability to access the internet.
• Ability to communicate well with others.
What Else Should I Consider about this Program or Career Choice?
• Must have earned a four-year degree prior to entry into this program.
•Increase the quality of life for the elderly.
•Increase quality of care for the elderly.
• Average starting salary varies with each position.
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