COURSE CONTENT VERIFICATION FORM New Requirements Contact Hours for Courses Taught Under the Old Requirements University Name: __Rowan University__________________________________________ Date range: courses approved by the BACB under the 2nd Edition Task List requirements were first taught in the Fall semester of 2002. Revised courses meeting the 3rd Edition Task List requirements began in the Spring semester of 2004. The addition of Learning and Behavior as an alternate course for Research in Learning & Behavior is scheduled to begin Spring 2007. CONTENT AREA AND REQUIRED NUMBER OF CLASSROOM HOURS (Practicum hours do not count unless hours are in-class instruction with instructor) We are on the following system (check one): X Semester Course 1a* Course 1b* Course 2 course # course # course # course # 2002.310 2002.305 2001.316 2002.308 course title: course title: course title: course title: Learning and Behavior Applied Behavior Analysis Behavioral Assessment & Methodology Research in Learning & Behavior Quarter In the following course columns, for each course list the course number, title, and number of semester or quarter hours. Course 3 # semester or quarter hrs: 3 # semester or quarter hrs: Total Hours for content area # semester or quarter hrs: 3 3 # semester or quarter hrs: 4 a. 10 hours in ethical considerations in behavior analysis. b. 40 hours in definitions and characteristics & principles, processes and concepts. c. 25 hours in behavioral assessment & selecting intervention outcomes strategies. 10 40 10 40 40 5 25 25 (30*) d. 20 hours in experimental evaluation of interventions &measurement of behavior & displaying and interpreting data. 10 20 20 (30*) f. 40 hours in behavior change procedures & systems support. 5 Total Hours of Instruction 5 35 40 60 45 45 45 TOTAL 150*(1a, 2 & 3) 135(1b, 2 & 3) * Students are offered a choice between the 4 credit Research in Learning & Behavior or the 3 credit Learning & Behavior. The main difference between the Research in Learning and Behavior and the Learning and Behavior course is the laboratory experience of conducting 1-2 experiments and writing them up.