Course code: #252
This program at Mohawk College assesses, treats and works with individuals and families battling addiction and mental health issues who present complex diagnosis and treatment challenges.
Co-occurring substance use and mental health problems present challenges in accessing comprehensive support and services.
Most promising practices in social and health service agencies include integrated treatment approaches based on empowerment processes that complement a person-centred model of wellness and health.
|Cost of living||1 person||$7,728|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$11,331|
This program is not for absolute beginners nor for students whose first language is English.
Learn and gain confidence in academic English language skills in a Canadian college environment. Complete Semester 3 to meet Language Proficiency Requirements for post-secondary college programs.
Students require a Secondary School diploma or at least 10 years of education in their first language.
Students are placed into a semester by language skill level.
You may also have an interview to finalize your placement. Students are usually placed according to the lowest skill to support their success.
Semester 1: IELTS 3.5, no band below 3 or equivalent.
Semester 2: IELTS 4.5, no band below 4, or equivalent OR successful completion of Semester 1
Semester 3: IELTS 5.5, no band below 5, or equivalent OR successfully completing at least two Semester 2 courses.
Start Dates: January, March, May, July, September and November.
Levels: Through 8. Levels are 7 weeks in length. Upon successful completion, you advance to the next level.
Length of Study: On average, you will study for 4-6 months.
|Meets Language Requirements for||SCORE AT ENTRY|
with band below 5.5
with score below 7
|60 - 78||100|
EAP Level 7
|IELTS 5.5||CLB 6||46 - 59||90|
EAP Level 6
|IELTS 5||CLB 5||35 - 45||80|
EAP Level 5
|IELTS 4||CLB 4||28 - 34||65|
EAP Level 4
|IELTS 3.5||CLB 3.5||25 - 27||55|
International student admission requirements
Passing grade (in most programs): 100 to 50%
Failing grade: Less than 50%
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