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Autism and Behavioural Science

The Autism and Behavioural Science concentration provides you with the knowledge and experience necessary to provide services and support to children with autism and their families. This concentration enables you to earn an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree in Community Health from Laurier and a graduate certificate from Conestoga College in only four years. Sample careers for this program include options such as:

  • autism therapist
  • health policy officer
  • program development officer
  • mental health worker

Students in the Honours Community Health program who have chosen to specialize in this concentration will complete their Conestoga College graduate certificate online during their third year of study.

Contact Us:

Kristina Malecki, Academic Program Assistant

E: kmalecki@wlu.ca
T: 519.756.8228 x5563
Office Location: RCE208, Brantford campus

James A. LeClair, Chair, Department of Health Studies

E: jleclair@wlu.ca