Every year accredited programs are required to submit an annual report to the Association for Behavior Analysis International's Accreditation Board. The annual report is a compilation of data collected in compliance with standard 7-1-100 of the BAAB Accreditation Handbook:
7-1-100 Annual Report. The administrator of a program that holds BAAB accreditation is required each year to submit a report to the BAAB, providing statistical data and other information about the sponsor institution, program(s), faculty, and students. The information submitted in the annual report is used to update BAAB records to help determine whether the program continues to comply with the accreditation standards. Information collected as part of the annual report includes enrollment data as well as data in other areas of interest. Annual reports are reviewed by BAAB staff, and, if particular concerns or problems are identified, the reports are reviewed further by the BAAB. The BAAB can require additional reporting or a focused or comprehensive site visit on the basis of information provided in the annual report.
Accredited Program Annual Reports