POSITIVE BEHAVIOR SUPPORT GRADUATE CERTIFICATE PLAN OF STUDY Complete this form and submit to [email protected] This is simply a plan to help guide completion of the certificate program and can be modified at any time by the student. The course sequence plan is provided to guide this process. The graduate certificate requires 12 hours of coursework - 9 hours of core courses and 3 hours of an elective. Some specific grants (e.g., Project TSBA) may require additional hours. Please check with your Advisor. If you have any questions, contact Michelle Kobus at (813) 974-3126 or [email protected] Accepted: Spring Summer Fall 20____ Date: Name: USF U#: Email: Phone: USF Student Status: Non-Degree Seeking Degree Seeking (Academic Program: _________________________) Student Signature: _______________________________________________ CORE COURSES Prefix Code 9 Course Title Sem/Yr course will be taken 3 3 3 FOR PROJECT TSBA STUDENTS ONLY ELECTIVE COURSE Prefix Code 3 Course Title 3 Total Credit Hours: *Project TSBA students are required to take 15 credit hours total. Sem/Yr course will be taken POSITIVE BEHAVIOR SUPPORT GRADUATE CERTIFICATE COURSE SEQUENCE & ELECTIVES CORE COURSE SEQUENCE SPRING MHS 6410: Intensive Individualized Positive Behavior Support MHS 6605: Addressing Behavior Challenges in Young Children (Prerequisites: MHS 4202 or MHS 6410) SUMMER AND/OR MHS 6608: School-Wide Positive Behavior Support MHS 6607: Behavior Consultation and Collaborative Systems Change (Prerequisites: MHS 6605 or MHS 6608) FALL EDG 6931: Observational Methods and Functional Assessment* (ABA students only) PRE-APPROVED ELECTIVE COURSES (Course availability subject to change without notice) EBD EEX EEX EEX EEX MHS MHS MHS MHS MHS MHS MHS MHS PHC PHC PHC PHC SOW SOW 6246 6025 6234 6248 6767 6068 6095 6097 6201 6508 6645 6900 6901 6240 6539 6543 6728 6126 6348 Educating Students with Autism Trends and Issues in Special Education Identifying & Assessing Intellectual Disabilities & ASD Instructional Approach for Exceptional Populations Assistive Technology for Students with Low Incidence Community Based BH Interventions for Diverse Youth Family-Centered Interdisciplinary Practices Financing Mental Health Systems ABA in Complex Community Environments* (ABA students only) Wraparound Interventions and the System of Care Mental Health Informatics Behavior Analysis and Developmental Disabilities* (ABA students only) Independent Study in Mental Health Cultural Competency in Children's Mental Health Foundations in Adolescent Behavioral Health Foundations in Behavioral Health Systems Translational Research Methods in Adolescent Behavioral Health Health Illness & Disability Clinical Practice Perspectives on Race and Culture 4th Core Course 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 1-4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 *Project TSBA students will take EDG 6931 in lieu of MHS 6410 for a core course and are required to take both summer courses (MHS 6605 and MHS 6608) as well as MHS 6607. MHS 6201 or MHS 6900 will count for the elective. *Project ABA students will take the following core courses: EDG 6931 in lieu of MHS 6410, MHS 6608 and MHS 6607. MHS 6900: Behavior Analysis and DD will count for the elective requirement.