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Honours Bachelor of Behaviour Analysis
Honours Bachelor of Behaviour Analysis

Honours Bachelor of Behaviour Analysis

  • ID:GBC010030
  • Level:4-Year Bachelor's Degree
  • Duration:
  • Intake:
  • Type:Full-time

Fees (CAD)

  • Application Fee:$95.00
  • TuitionFee/Year:$18,190.00
  • LivingFee/Year:$12,000.00
  • InsuranceFee/Year:$743.99
  • OtherFee/Year:$3,500.00
  • Application Fee:$95.00
  • TuitionFee/Year:$18,190.00
  • LivingFee/Year:$12,000.00
  • InsuranceFee/Year:$743.99
  • OtherFee/Year:$3,500.00

* Incidental Fees (Materials, Student Association etc.), Public Transportation, Books and Supplies,etc

Estimated Total/program:
$138,115.96
Apply
60
Accept letter
100
Visa
20
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1

Admission Requirements

​​Entry requirement

Applicants are selected on the basis of their academic achievement, including the required courses, and any other selection criteria outlined below.

  • Ontario Secondary School Diploma with six Grade 12 University (U) or University/College (M) courses, with a combined average of 65% or higher
  • English, Grade 12 (U) with a grade of 65% or higher
  • Grade 11 Math (M or U) or Grade 12 Math (U) with a grade of 60% or higher
  • Biology, Grade 11 (U) or Grade 12 (U); OR Chemistry, Grade 11 (U) or Grade 12 (U); OR Physics, Grade 11 (U) or Grade 12 (U); OR Environmental Science, Grade 11 (M) (SVN3M) with a Grade of 60% or higher

English requirements 

  • Provide proof that their secondary and/ or post-secondary studies were completed at a recognized institution where English is the primary media of instruction. The studies must be relevant to the admission requirements for the specific program (s) applied to (e.g. an advanced diploma or degree is required for certain postgraduate program)
  • Applicants with transcripts from an institution where the language of instruction is not English may meet English language proficiency requirements with one of the following proofs of language proficiency. The minimum test scores that are acceptable are listed below (as applicable). Please note: For admissions purposes, some programs require a higher score than the minimum stated below.
  • George Brown English for Academic (EAP) Program, Level 9
  • IELTS (Academic), 6.5, minimum 6.0 in each skill band
  • TOEFL, 84 (online) minimum 21 in each skill band
  • MELAB, 85
  • PTE (Academic), 60, overall minimum
    55 in each skill band
  • CAEL, 70 overall (writing 60)
  • Cambridge English Exams (B2 First, C1 Advanced or C2 Proficiency), 176 or more (with no individual skill below 169)
  • George Brown Admissions Test (Mature applicants only), Not Available
  • *NEW Duolingo English Test, 115

Other requirements 

CLINICAL PRE-PLACEMENT HEALTH FORM REQUIREMENTS AND PROGRAM POLICY

  • Upon confirmation of acceptance into this program, students must meet and complete all the mandatory pre-placement requirements for this program. It will take up to 10 to 12 weeks to complete.
  • Students will need to process and provide proof of their medical records (such as MMR, Varicella, Hep B blood test reports/titres, Tdap shot valid every 10 years and Two Step TB Skin Test), a clear police vulnerable sector check renewed every year, Standard First Aid certificate renewed every three years, CPR level HCP renewed every year, annual flu shot and mask fit test renewed every two years. These requirements must be submitted by the given deadline to ParaMed.
  • The health policies and non-academic requirements are designed to protect clients and vulnerable populations that students will engage in practice. Students who do not comply with the program’s health policy and non-academic requirements, or who do not submit all required documentation by deadlines established by the program will be excluded from the clinical practicum. Exclusion from clinical practicum for any reason may jeopardize students' academic standing and successful completion of this program.
  • All costs, service fees and fines associated with the overall health requirements are the responsibility of the student.

Course Information

The Honours Bachelor of Behaviour Analysis is a four-year degree program that takes an in-depth look at Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) – a field of study that uses a systematic and analytical approach to modify behaviour in a desirable way.

We have been providing training and education in applied behaviour analysis in Toronto for more than 15 years. Our graduates are leaders of behavioural treatment in fields as varied as forensic mental health, autism spectrum disorder, and acquired brain injury.

ABA is an effective practice that is often used with populations who have:

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

  • Brain injury

  • Dementia

  • Developmental disabilities

  • Addiction

  • Mental health disorders

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Required Courses

SEMESTER 1

  • BEHA 1001, Behaviour Theory and Principles I

  • BEHA 1002, Introduction to Psychology

  • BEHA 1003, Communication and Critical Thinking

  • COMM1190, Critical Thinking to Scholarly Writing

  • Liberal Studies Elective,

  • Liberal Studies Elective,

SEMESTER 2

  • BEHA 1101, Behaviour Theory and Principles II

  • BEHA 1102, Developmental Disabilities in Ontario: Policy and Process

  • BEHA 1103, Developmental Psychology

  • Liberal Studies Elective,

  • Liberal Studies Elective,

SEMESTER 3

  • semester courses

  • COURSE CODE, COURSES

  • BEHA 2001, Behavioural Assessment

  • BEHA 2002, Introduction to Skill Acquisition: Assessment and Intervention Strategies

  • BEHA 2003, Abnormal Psychology

  • BEHA 2005, Professional Communications

  • BEHA 2104, Research Methods

SEMESTER 4

  • BEHA 2004, Statistics

  • BEHA2006, Crisis Prevention Intervention Training

  • BEHA 2101, Skill Acquisition: Advanced Theory and Application

  • BEHA 2102, Treating Challenging Behaviours

  • BEHA 2103, Behavioural Approaches to Autism, Developmental Disabilities and Other Behavioural issues

  • BEHA 2105, Ethics: Moral Philosophy

SEMESTER 5

  • BEHA 3001, Group Behaviour Therapy

  • BEHA 3002, Behavioural Approaches to Acquired Brain Injury and Gerontology

  • BEHA 3003, Applied Thesis Proposal

  • BEHA 3004, Psychometrics

  • BEHA 3005, Ethics:Standards of Practice in ABA

SEMESTER 6

  • BEHA 3102, Mediator Training: Application to Parents and Staff

  • BEHA 3104, Independent Study Thesis

  • BEHA 4001, Organizational Behaviour Management

  • BEHA 4002, Behavioural Approaches To Health And Well-being

  • Liberal Studies Elective,

SEMESTER 7

  • BEHA 3101, Clinical Behaviour Analysis

  • BEHA 3103, Behavioural Approaches to Education

  • BEHA 4003, Service Delivery Systems and Interprofessional Practice

  • Liberal Studies Elective,

FALL

BEHA 4000 - WORK EXPERIENCE

14-Week Field Experience Term (UNPAID)

SEMESTER 8

  • BEHA 4101, Consolidation of Behavioural Principles and Practice

  • BEHA 4102, Advanced Topics in Behavioural Science

  • BEHA 4103, Leadership in Behaviour Analysis

  • BEHA 4104, Professional Standards and Practices in Dissemination

  • BEHA 4105, Thesis (42 hours)

  • Liberal Studies Elective,

  • Liberal Studies Elective,

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Career Opportunity

Career Opportunity

Their knowledge and skills are applicable to numerous opportunities, which may include such job titles as:

  • Autism Spectrum Disorders Consultant

  • Behaviour Technician

  • Behaviour Therapist

  • Behavioural Consultant

  • Behavioural Specialist

  • Instructor Therapist

  • Recreational Therapist

  • Residential Support Worker

  • Transition Coordinator

  • Vocational Support Worker

Ability to settle

Overseas Student Health Cover

Mandatory Health Insurance

$743.99 for one-year coverage (Sept-August)
$508.83 for 8 months coverage (Jan-August)
$273.29 for 4 months coverage (May-August)

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