The Behavioural Science Ontario college graduate certificate program will prepare you for roles as behaviour technicians, consultants and therapists, depending upon previous academic background.
You will acquire enhanced skills to support individuals with challenging behaviours including people who have developmental disabilities, dual diagnosis, autism and other complex needs. You will acquire skills in behaviour program development and evaluation such as observing behaviours, recording data, reporting, implementing behavioural techniques and strategies, and participating as a team member. The program consists of six compulsory courses. Course sequencing enables students to complete the certificate while they work, and to complete the program within six months or one year, beginning in either the fall, winter or spring semester.
Benefits of our program:
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|BSCI 5001: Introduction to Behaviour Technology|
|BSCI 5002: Behaviour Technology 1|
|BSCI 5003: Behaviour Technology 2|
|BSCI 5004: Functional Behaviour Assessment and Program Evaluation|
|BSCI 5005: Field Practice|
|BSCI 5006: Professional Practice|