M.A. in Behavior Analysis Practice

Fifth Edition 

Thank you for your interest in the ABA Online fifth edition M.A. in Behavior Analysis Practice. Because students taking this master’s program typically meet the half-time status of five credits per semester, traditional (FAFSA-based) financial aid options are available to those who are eligible, in addition to private student loans and other options as applicable.


Financial Aid

For information on how to apply, please visit the Financial Aid web pages. If you have any questions, please use the Contact Us page.

  • Federal Stafford Loans: Available to those who qualify; students must be enrolled a minimum of five credit-hours per semester.
  • Graduate PLUS Loans: Federal Graduate PLUS loans are not based on financial need. They are available to graduate and professional students. Credit checks are required.
  • Private Loans: These loans are contracted with private lending companies directly by the borrower. Florida Tech works with FASTChoice to make finding a private loan provider as simple as possible for students.
  • Outside Scholarships and Grants: We encourage all students to apply for outside scholarships.

Using Financial Aid Funds for Textbooks

Since our partnership with MBS Direct does not allow the use of future or anticipated loan funds to purchase books, students may purchase their textbooks with their own funds and use their financial aid refund to reimburse themselves.


Military and Related Benefits

GI Bill: The ABA Online programs may qualify for benefits through the G.I. Bill. Visit the Military and Veteran Student Services web pages for more information. If you have further questions, they can be reached at MVSS@fit.edu.

Americorps: Eligible students may use the Segal AmeriCorps Education Award toward the fifth edition ABA Online programs. For more information, please email studentacctg@fit.edu.