We highly recommend you follow one of the progression plans below to determine when courses will be offered:

AUT3 | 2-year completion plan | Fall start

AUT3 | 2-year completion plan | Summer start

Intakes occur in September and May

 

Here are the course offerings from which to choose. Students can take up to three courses each semester. Courses can be completed in various sequences up to 7 years in length. Appropriate prerequisite courses must be met before enrolling. Co-requisite courses are courses that need to be taken before or simultaneously with the listed course. See field placement requirements below. Although the following courses are scheduled to be offered in the following semesters, the college reserves the right to cancel classes if not enough students have registered.

 

Course Name Course Code Fall Winter Summer Prerequisites 
Introductory Courses A          
Applied Behaviour Analysis Intro BSCI-6001-01PT Yes No Yes None
Autism Spectrum Disorder BSCI-6002-01PT Yes No Yes None
Working with Families and Teams BSCI-6004-01PT Yes No Yes None
Introductory Courses B          
Specialized Instructional Strategies

*Cancelled for F22 Only

BSCI-6012-01PT Yes No No

BSCI-6001 & BSCI-6002

Ethics and Professionalism 

*Cancelled for F22 Only

BSCI-6013-01PT Yes No No None
Field Placement A           

Field Placement 1

**Registration must be approved by the college

Reach out to the program coordinator 3-6 months prior to enrolling in field placement to begin the process of the college finding you a field placement. Any requests less than 90 days before the placement start date will not be accommodated.

FLDP-6004-01PT Yes Yes Yes

BSCI-6001, BSCI-6002, BSCI-6004

Co-requisites: BSCI-6012 & BSCI-6013
Advanced Courses A          
Behavioural Skill Building BSCI-6015-01PT No Yes Yes

All introductory courses (BSCI-6001, 6002, 6004, 6012, 6013)

Treating Challenging Behaviours BSCI-6009-01PT No Yes Yes All introductory courses (BSCI-6001, 6002, 6004, 6012, 6013)
Advanced Courses B          
Parent & Staff Training BSCI-6016-01PT No Yes Yes All introductory courses (BSCI-6001, 6002, 6004, 6012, 6013)
Transition Planning & Implementation BSCI-6010-01PT No No Yes All introductory courses (BSCI-6001, 6002, 6004, 6012, 6013)

Field Placement 2

**Registration must be approved by the college

Reach out to the program coordinator 3-6 months prior to enrolling in field placement to begin the process of the college finding you a field placement. Any requests less than 90 days before the placement start date will not be accommodated.

FLDP-6005-01PT Yes Yes Yes

All Introductory Courses (BSCI-6001, 6002, 6004, 6012, 6013)

 

All Advanced Courses A (BSCI-6009; 6015)

 

Co-Requisites: BSCI-6010; 6016

 

Field Placements

Field Placements are unpaid and an essential component to applying the coursework in the industry. Field placements cannot be done at one’s place of employment. If you are currently working in a related field, please see the PLAR below. Field placement 1 is eligble for PLAR. Field placement 2 is required to be completed in 15 weeks throughout one semester at a location arranged by the college in conjunction with the student and their preferences, location, and timing.

Field Placement 1 (140 Hours)

-       Completed in as little as 4 weeks (35 hours, 5 days a week) and a maximum of 15 weeks (10 hours/week)

Field Placement 2 (210 Hours)

-       Completed in as little as 6 weeks (35 hours, 5 days a week) and a maximum of 15 weeks (15 hours/week)

Field Placement course registration must be approved by the college. Reach out to the program coordinator 3-6 months prior to enrolling in field placement to begin the process of the college finding you a field placement. Any requests less than 90 days before the placement start date will not be accommodated.

Pre-Placement Requirements

Please note that all field placements require medical requirements, CPR/First, vulnerable sector checks, and non-violent crisis intervention. This takes considerable time to complete. Please start early and have completed one month PRIOR to your field placement start date. All your requirements must expire after the last day of your field placement.

https://www.fanshawec.ca/aut3-autism-and-behavioural-science-weekend

Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR)

See here for information about the PLAR (link to college PLAR page)

Up to 75% of a program may be eligible for PLAR. Please contact the program coordinator if you are interested and want to determine if you are eligible.

**Please note that Field placement 1 is eligible for PLAR if you are/have skills working in the field.

Field Placement 2 is not eligible for PLAR.

 

Part-Time Tuition Fees

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