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Psychology - Program Requirements

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Psychology Program Requirements

Psychology provides students with an understanding of individual development and behaviour in a social context. Theory and the critical evaluation of research are stressed. Psychology is a discipline that opens a wide variety of career options including graduate study in psychology, law, business, ministry, and various human services professions.

Major (BA)

Major in Psychology is 39 credit hours earned as follows: 

  • 3 from PS1013 
  • 3 from PS1023 
  • 3 from PS2033 
  • 3 from PS3333 
  • 3 from PS3603 
  • 3 from PS3913 
  • 3 from PS4613 
  • 3 from Developmental Psychology Elective: PS2213, PS2223, PS2233 
  • 3 from 4000 Psychology Elective 
  • 12 from Psychology Electives, 9 credit hours must be at the 3000-4000 level. 

In addition, students majoring in Psychology must take the following cognate courses: MT1203, MT1233.

Honours (BA)

Honours in Psychology is 54 credit hours earned as follows: 

  • 3 from PS1013 
  • 3 from PS1023 
  • 3 from PS2033 
  • 3 from PS3333 
  • 3 from PS3603 
  • 3 from PS3913 
  • 3 from PS4613 
  • 3 from Developmental Psychology Elective: PS2213, PS2223, PS2233 
  • 6 from PS4996 
  • 24 from Psychology Electives, including at least 9 at the 4000 level. 

Those doing Honours in Psychology must take MT1203 and MT1233 as cognate requirements.

Minor (BA, BBA, BSc)

Minor in Psychology is 18 credit hours earned as follows: 

  • 3 from PS1013 
  • 3 from PS1023 
  • 3 from PS3603 or Psychology Elective if SO3603 was taken 
  • 3 from PS3913 
  • 6 from 2000/3000/4000 Psychology Electives

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