Applied Behavior Analysis (MS)


Students in the Applied Behavior Analysis (MS) program participate in supervised teaching (practicum).

For a full list of practicum courses and requirements consult the course catalog and the course sequence guides.

Requirements During COVID-19 Public Health Emergency

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Security Clearance Requirements

Fingerprinting is required for certification and select clinical experiences (fieldwork and student teaching/practicum). Visit Fingerprinting for Hunter College School of Education Students for complete requirements, processes and procedures.

Supervised Teaching: Practicum

All students participate in practicum. Practicum requires 360 hours across two semesters. Students are observed by Hunter College Clinical Supervisors throughout the semester.


The Office of Clinical Experiences administers and provides support for students regarding fieldwork and supervised teaching (student teaching and practicum). The Office is led by Marshall George, Olshan Professor of Clinical Practice, and the Director of the Office of Clinical Experiences Ileana Infante.

Each program has a Clinical Placement Specialist to work with students regarding fieldwork and supervised teaching.