GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SCIENCES

WHAT COURSES CAN BE TAKEN WHEN?

Most lecture courses are held on weekends. All lecture courses are one-unit courses for 15 hours of class-time.  Most courses are divided into two 1-day sessions that are held on two Saturdays OR on two Sundays. Each of the two 1-day sessions is 7.5 hours, with a scheduled one-hour break along with other short unscheduled breaks held at the discretion of faculty.

Proseminars are usually scheduled as three or four-hour sessions distributed throughout a trimester on either weekdays or weekends.  Practicums are completed by students in their own professional settings, but are always taken concurrently with its associated Proseminar, e.g., 601 with 701, or 721 with 621.

Some Courses and all Proseminars and Practicums have prerequisites or concurrent requirements as shown below.

Course Sequences

All MS degree students must have completed the Certification program, Certified Breathing Behavior Analyst, before entering the program.

Course Prerequisites

307 Behavior Therapy:  303 or 304
404 Breathing Habit Assessment:  301
405 Breathing Habit Modification:  301, 404
502 Market Planning:  501

 Proseminars & Practicum Prerequisites

 601, 602, 603, 604 Proseminars:  301, 404, 405
701, 702, 703 Practicums:  concurrent with associated 600 Series Proseminar
605 Business Plan Review:  501 & 502
705 Business Practicum:  concurrent with 605 Proseminar

621 Proseminar: 121, 122, 123, or equivalent
721 Practicum:  concurrent with 621 Proseminar