George Brown College

Canada ,Ontario | Waterfront Campus

Post Graduate Certificate in Autism and Behavioural Science

  • Duration: 12
  • $ 17170/year
  • IELTS: 6.5(6)
  • PG Diploma

In 1968, George Brown College opened its doors to little over 2,000 new students. George Brown originally provided degrees like sign writing or watchmaking in addition to the fields they still teach today, such as construction, early childhood education, dental services, and the culinary arts. Unbelievably, they even offered a maritime engineering curriculum to equip pupils for work at sea. Since then, there are already more than 30,000 students enrolled. People from all around the Greater Toronto Area, the nation, and the world attend George Brown to acquire the knowledge and practical experience necessary to excel in the workplace. Since 2004, George Brown has more than doubled in size, expanded its international collaborations, and deepened its commitment to enhancing the cultural, economic, and social fabric of Toronto under the direction of current President Gervan Fearon.


Students who choose to study in downtown Toronto will do so in the center of the largest and most diverse economy in Canada. George Brown has one of the broadest selections of full-time college programs in Canada, offering more than 160 career-focused certificate, diploma, postgraduate, and degree programs. The majority of their programs include a field education component that offers students the chance to work and learn alongside business partners who may perhaps work for them in the future.



The program on autism and behavioral science was created in response to the public's growing concern regarding assistance for kids with autism spectrum disorders (ASD).

It was intended to expand knowledge in the areas of autism and behavioral sciences for use in the children's sector and to simultaneously build a pool of trained people to satisfy the demands of service organizations that offer services for children or people with autism.

The program gives graduates of Early Childhood Education, Social Service Worker, Child and Youth Care, Developmental Service Worker, and comparable programs the opportunity to get the specialized knowledge and abilities they need to deal with people who have been diagnosed with autism.

Program Learning Outcomes

  1. To successfully apply evidence-based behavioral therapies, evaluate and assess the traits, abilities, and behavior of people with ASD.
  2. Create and carry out successful behavioral intervention plans under proper supervision and in accordance with the Applied Behaviour Analysis principles (ABA).
  3. Analyze the success of behavioral intervention plans developed using ABA principles.
  4. Assist families, groups, service providers, and the larger community in working together to meet the learning and behavioral needs of people with ASD.
  5. ABA-based transition plans are created, put into action, and evaluated by a team for people with ASD.
  6. Observe accepted ethical standards and disciplinary rules.
  7. Take the lead in promoting and delivering services that will meet the needs of people with ASD and their families.
  8. Consider the empirical data for choosing the best interventions for ASD patients.

Tuition fees: $17170 per year.


IELTS: 6.5(6)


Academics: 2.8 GPA

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