Bachelor (Behaviour Analysis)
International Student Tution
- George Brown College offers a Bachelor of Behaviour Analysis with a duration of 4 years (8 semesters).
- It is an on-campus program offered on a full-time basis.
- This program offers a Fieldwork begins in semester 3 and includes a 14-week placement in the summer.
- University providing training and education in applied behavior analysis in Toronto for more than 15 years.
- This Honours 4-year program combines philosophy, methodology, and theory with a strong applied learning component to create a comprehensive understanding of behavioral psychology.
- In this program, students will learn about:
- Psychological Theory
- Research and Practice
- Learn an in-depth look at Applied Behaviour Analysis
- The student will also have the opportunity to learn the skills to advance behavior analysis from a system-wide perspective, to support large-scale changes in agencies, organizations, and government.
- The student to faculty ratio at the college of this program is 19:1.
- Once students are in their placement settings, they will obtain support from the agency on-site supervisor as well as support from a college faculty field Liaison.
- In this program, the mature students must have the English, Maths, and Science credits required.
- External applicants from other institutions will be assessed for advanced standing on a case by case basis.
- This intensive program, delivered on state of art daphne Rockwell center for Health Science located at the waterfront campus.
- The job posting is also provided by EMSI, pulled from Inded.com, and updated every 24 hours.
- After this course, the median salary is 57,907 USD.
|Degree Type Offered||Bachelor|
|Fees||$ 60376 for 4 years|
|Delivery Type||full time|
|Admission Intake||fall (Deadline - Jan 30)|
Eligibility & Entry Requirement
- Students must complete an Ontario Secondary School Diploma with six Grade 12 University (U) or University/College (M) courses with a combined average of 65% or higher.
- Students completed the English Grade 12 (U) with a grade of 65% or higher.
- Students also hold a Grade 11 Math (M or U) or Grade 12 Math (U) with a grade of 60% or higher.
- An overall average of 60% in the following courses:
- 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.
Advance Entry Option:
- Any approved Ontario college behavioral science technician diploma program.
- George Brown students who have successfully completed two years of the Behavioural Science Technology advanced diploma (C116) program.
- Graduates of George Brown’s Behaviour Science Technician diploma program.
Work Experience Eligibility:
- Students are required to complete a minimum of 14 weeks of full-time work experience.
- Equivalence of no less than 420 hours of verifiable work experience.
- Work Experience offers students the opportunity to:
- Explore career interests to help determine the type of jobs to pursue after graduation
- Gain practical knowledge about various workplace environments, expectations, behaviors, and ethics
- Gain relevant work experience and contacts to help secure a full-time job in the relevant field
- Develop essential employability skills
- Be 19 years of age or older at the time of registration.
- Provide proof of English proficiency, if English is not the first language in-country.
Indian Student Eligibility:
Indian students are eligible to apply if they meet one of the following eligibility criteria
- Students must be graduated from senior secondary school or equivalent (those applying for a postgraduate program must have graduated from a university or college).
- Minimum 5 major subjects in 12th Grade, including English, with an average of 65% and no course less than 60%.
- If Math was not taken in 12th Grade, Mathematics from Grade 10 or 11 (or from any post-secondary courses taken) may be considered if the grade is at 70% or higher.
- For some degree programs, minimum grades in Grade 12 Science courses are also required.
- Students have to submit the All India Senior School Certificate (CBSE) or Indian School Certificate (ISC) or Year 10+2 State Board certificate.
Along with the minimum eligibility requirements, international students hailing from non-English speaking countries need to prove English proficiency through IELTS/TOEFL/PTE/any equivalent test to get admission to this program.
Required Document List
Required Documents are:
- Online application form: Students have to submit an online application form at the official website.
- CV/Resume: Outline of academic achievements and/or awards, publications, relevant work, and/or volunteer experience.
- Academic Documents: Students have to submit marks sheets and certificates of secondary (10) and senior secondary school (+2).
- Transcript: Students must submit the official marks statements or transcripts that are provided by the college.
- Certificates: Certificates like High School or University/College Certificates are to be submitted of education qualification.
- ELP Scores: Students have to submit their English language proficiency scores like IELTS, TOEFL, or other test scores.
- NOTE: University does not accept study gaps of more than 5 years.
|Event||Start Date||End Date|
|fall||Dec 14, 2020||Jan 30, 2021|
Fees & Funding
Tution & Application Fees
|Year||Year 1||Year 2||Year 3||Year 4|
|Books and Supplies||$900||$900||$900||$900|
|Head||Avg Cost Per Year|
|Living Expenses||$ 7965|
Scholarship Grants & Financial Aids
|Name||Amount||International Students Eligible||Application Deadline|
|ASID Foundation Legacy Scholarships||$ 4000||Yes||N/A|
|BrokerFish International student scholarship||$ 1000||Yes||Dec 21, 2020|
|Forktip Women’s- Innovation Scholarship||Variable||Yes||Aug 30, 2020|
|VueVille Future Technology Scholarship||$ 1000||Yes||Sep 30, 2020|
VISA & Work Study
- International Students will need to apply for a valid Student VISA before entering Canada.
- A student visa is an immigration document that allows students to live and study in Canada.
- The student must have a student visa to enroll in any degree, program, or course that takes more than 6 months to complete.
- Whether students also need an Entry Visa depends on their country of citizenship.
- The Temporary Resident Visa (Entry Visa) is a stamp placed on their passport that allows them to enter Canada.
- In most cases, students Entry Visa will have the same expiry date as their Student VISA.
- A student VISA is usually valid for the length of the student’s study program, plus an extra 90 days.
- The students need these documents to apply for a study permit:
- Proof of acceptance i.e The offer letter that the student received from the university.
- Proof of identity
- Proof of financial support i.e Documents showing the financial status.
- The George Brown College Work-Study Program provides students with part-time employment opportunities throughout the college.
- Students can gain valuable experience working up to 15 hours a week at minimum wage.
- Students locate their own job with any of the on-campus departments (for example athletics, academic departments, library, etc.).
Career and Placement after Course
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