Program Learning Outcomes
As a graduate, you will be prepared to reliably demonstrate the ability to:
- Design interventions and strategies based on the science of Applied Behaviour Analysis to assess strengths, increase adaptive behaviours, develop new skills and decrease maladaptive behaviours.
- Evaluate client case information and theory to make collaborative interventions and recommendations for short and long term planning and care.
- Analyze social structures and processes to support socially significant behaviour change.
- Apply legislation, policy and procedures in the local, provincial and national context to inform practice.
- Utilize evidence-based practice to inform decision making.
- Critique roles, approaches and diverse perspectives required to participate on a multidisciplinary team.
- Interpret information to communicate to a variety of audiences for collaborative intervention, promotional and educational purposes.
- Adhere to relevant code of conduct and professional standards in the practice of Behavioural Psychology.
- Utilize a variety of objective observation techniques, assessment tools and research strategies for the purpose of intervention, evaluation and research.
- Apply principles of Applied Behaviour Analysis in context of the Biopsychosocial model to support optimal outcomes.
- Conduct applied research to deliver services to a variety of clients.