ABA 544 : ETHICS IN BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS
This graduate course addresses ethical and professional standards of the discipline. It will ensure that students have a clear understanding of their ethical and professional obligations and the consequences of failing to uphold these standards of practice as behavior analysts. Students will explore case studies and reflect on how they might handle situations in the field, while considering the immense power and responsibility that behavior analysts hold with their knowledge of the science of changing (manipulating) human behavior. This course is offered at the GR and UG level; students enrolled in GR level versions of this course will expect more readings and assignments and are held to higher expectations in terms of rigor and magnitude of expected output to demonstrate mastery.