Child and Family Studies (CHFS) - Ethics in Practice

CHFS 3036  Ethics in Practice


Any 24 credits or permission of the instructor


PSYC 3036


Three hours of lecture/seminar per week for one term.




Students learn ethics/ethical decision-making and consider professional standards in practice and policy, for front-line responder and service provider teams, across institutional or community-based settings. They review codes of professional conduct and relevant standards for applied behaviour sciences professionals, and discuss the ethics of trans-professional conduct with relevance to individual clients, support agencies, and workplace settings. Students consider the importance of ethical decision-making for individuals, systems/organizations, and policy. This course is also offered as PSYC 3036.

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