Request information about Alamo ONLINE You are a first-time-in-college student if you have never attended a college or university after you earned a high school diploma or GED.
You might have entered the workforce afterward and now would like to pursue a college education.
All classes meet in the late afternoon (typically, at 5 pm PST) to accommodate teachers and others working full time.
The ABA Online Program utilizes synchronous online learning technology and you will attend classes at the same time each week and participate in discussions, lectures, small and large group activities, and quizzes, just as with traditional face-to-face learning.
You must have access to a reliable internet connection, a computer or laptop with a video camera, a high-quality headset, and a quiet location.
Our program strives to prepare competent, inclusive, and professional behavior analysts who work with persons with developmental disabilities and their families.
The Alamo Colleges welcomes all students to attend and recognize a variety of enrollment classifications.
Trying college for the first time or pursuing it again after some time away may seem challenging, yet a supportive network awaits to help you achieve your goals.
You will take the Master’s Exam during the last quarter of the program.
This exam is not the same as the BACB exam – the Master’s exam is a University of Washington requirement fulfilling part of the requirements for a Master’s degree.