Deadline: September 22
Classes Begin: October 19
Credit Hours: The RBT class requires only three hours of coursework. A full BA in Lifespan Care Administration requires 120 credit hours
**Onsite courses may be offered depending on location enrollment.
If you’re ready to fulfill your purpose and make a difference, the Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) credential is a great place to start.
Becoming an RBT is the first step toward joining one of the fastest growing fields in the country. Through this online course, you’ll gain unrivaled skills from a regionally accredited university, combining your training and assessment in just eight weeks.
At the completion of our course you will be ready to apply to take the national exam with the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) to earn your RBT credential.
Prepare to make a difference in the lives of those you help, today.
A Registered Behavior Technician is a paraprofessional who practices under the close, ongoing supervision of a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) to help individuals with autism and behavioral disabilities. The RBT’s primary responsibility is to implement behavior treatment plans directly with clients developed by the supervisor.
Your RBT credential will help you stand apart from the competition providing a legitimate career track within the Applied Behavior Analysis field. You will engage in a career that provides upward mobility and professional growth.
You must meet certain requirements to be eligible to become RBT certified, including being at least 18 years of age and having demonstrated completion of high school or equivalent/higher. Please visit the BACB website for eligibility requirements.
To become a certified RBT, you must meet training, competency assessment, and examination requirements. The RBT class at OU meets both the training requirement and the RBT Competency Assessment and is taught by certified BACB faculty, so you can get there Sooner.
To register for the eight-week RBT class (LSLC 4513), you will need to complete a shortened version of our undergraduate application:
No transcripts are required. Processing time is two to five days.
Note: Financial aid is only available to degree-seeking students.
To register for the Lifespan Care Administration bachelor’s degree (or another College of Professional and Continuing Studies bachelor’s program) AND take our RBT course (LSLC 4513):
Processing time is two to three weeks.
We're also here to answer any of your questions about the application process. Do not hesitate to give us a call at (405) 325-3266 or send an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Advances in medical technology mean people are living longer than ever. This comes with its own set of challenges, however, as the healthcare industry tries to cope with an unprecedented growth in population. The OU College of Professional and Continuing Studies Bachelor of Arts - Lifespan Care Administration emphasizes caregiving best practices across the lifespan, preparing graduates to provide quality care no matter the healthcare environment.
There are now specialized healthcare roles that span all stages of life, and specialists are needed in the fields of pediatrics, adolescence, disability, and geriatrics. Our Bachelor of Arts - Lifespan Care Administration is an accredited, flexible, and affordable degree program designed to improve the essential knowledge and skills of care facility staff and administrators.
This healthcare degree can be customized based on your individual interest—whether that interest is in care for children, adolescents, or the elderly. With classes that cater to your unique needs, you will quickly gain knowledge that you can apply to your responsibilities and goals across the range of human development and will become familiar with the theoretical, ethical, and legal issues related to caregiving.
The lifespan care degree is a fast-paced, accelerated program designed to accommodate working adults. When you are admitted into the program, you will be assigned an advisor who creates an individualized graduation plan. This plan will help organize and identify the courses you need for your degree.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
No one knows more about what you want from a university than the people who have already gone through the process—our graduates. Read what our alumni have to say about OU College of Professional and Continuing Studies programs, and you’ll see why so many non-traditional students choose the College of Professional and Continuing Studies as their first step toward a better career.
We’re now offering an 8-week course that prepares you to become a qualified healthcare provider as a Registered Behavior Technician.