Applicants must have basic undergraduate qualifications (degree, certificate or experience through current job), are occupying positions in counselling, psychology, psychiatry, nursing, social services, medical and para-medical services and other health services fields (including health related administrative roles).
The Graduate Diploma will reflect the interests of the students and will be achieved through the four (4) half courses selected to meet the Diploma requirements. Opportunities exist to complete four (4) courses in one specialized area, providing students with an enhanced clinical learning experience that includes theory, applied clinical skills development and direct supervision.
Successful completion of courses requires a minimum of a B- grade. Attendance is mandatory. The Diploma may be completed on a part time basis within one or two years dependent on course availability.
Clinical Behavioural Sciences Program
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