Course code: #0337
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If you want to work in the growing and highly specialized field of applied behaviour analysis, the Behavioural Science program at St. Lawrence College is where you want to be.
For over four decades, the Behavioural Science program has trained students to work front-line with a wide range of client populations in a variety of areas within the human services field.
Students are taught how to develop and implement behavioural interventions to teach skills to clients and/or reduce challenging behaviours.
Students interested in this program should have a strong desire to work with populations who present with complex behavioural, cognitive, emotional and/or psychological issues.
They should also be comfortable working with any population that presents with disruptive behaviours and/or intellectual challenges.
Students coming to the program need to be prepared to complete practicum placements working with any of the client populations listed below under career opportunities.
This program trains students in specific treatment options that can be applied to work with any individual who presents with challenges rather than preparing students to work with only one or a specific client population.
It's important to note that this program is not a generalist counselling/psychology program. Students completing this program should be interested in learning about the field of applied behaviour analysis.
Students learn how to:
|Cost of living||1 person||$6,768|
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Duolingo (Temporarily accepted): 105 (Note: Students from India are not eligible to submit Duolingo results as proof of English proficiency.)
Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) with the majority of Grade 11 and 12 courses at the C (college preparation), U (university preparation) or M (college/university preparation) level including the following prerequisites:
Immunization - Communicable Disease Requirements
Completion of the Immunization - Communicable Disease Form is a mandatory condition for your clinical/practical placement. THIS FORM IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY.
Criminal Background Check:
Applicants are advised that Criminal Background Checks (CBC) conducted by the Canadian Police Information Centre (CPIC) are required for programs with field or clinical placements.
Certain criminal convictions may prevent participation in placements and program completion may not be possible.
Attaining and paying for a CBC and Vulnerable Sector Screening (OPP) is the responsibility of the student, and these may have to be renewed every three to six months.
Applicants with criminal records are advised to contact the Associate Dean/Campus Dean of the respective school prior to applying.
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