Admission to the Program
Applied Behavior Analysis and Autism Masters Program Admission Procedures
Because of the high demand of the program, the timing of all applications for The Sage ABA & Autism program shall be governed by these procedures. The ABA & Autism program commences in the fall and spring of each year. Sage is currently accepting sixty (60) students into the ABA & Autism program each fall and each spring.
- The ABA & Autism program accepts students to begin the fall and spring semesters of each academic year.
- The ABA & Autism program is a lock-step program. This means that accepted students must register for classes in the exact order it has been laid out on their Program of Study.
- Students will have a practicum or non-practicum track option.
- To participate in the academic coursework, the candidate must meet all Technology Requirements.
Applicants for admission to the Applied Behavior Analysis and Autism program must meet the Sage Graduate School and Center for Applied Behavior Analysis admission requirements:
- Official transcripts of ALL previous undergraduate and/or graduate study;
- International students must submit a WES report if previous degrees were obtained outside the United States. This requirement is in addition to official transcripts.
- Students who received a degree in a non-English speaking country may be required to submit TOEFL scores.
- Undergraduate courses in statistics, history and systems of psychology and at least three other behavioral sciences courses
- Two letters of reference
- Career goals Statement
- Current resume
Accepted applicants who meet all admission requirements will be admitted as regular graduate students. Those who do not fully meet the requirements may be admitted on a provisional basis if they show promise for success in the program.
Notice to Applicants & Candidates:
Services restricted to New York State licensed professionals, including licensed psychologists, cannot be rendered by program students or graduates unless: (a)they are licensed in New York State to provide such services, or (b) they provide those services in an exempt setting as salaried employees.