Looking to obtain a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology? Begin your program with Introductory Psychology (PSYC 101,102), one of the most popular courses on campus. In second year, enroll in PSYC 217 and PSYC 218 by declaring your Major (specialization) on the Student Service Centre. In third year, you’ll begin to specialize by selecting courses in a number of topic areas. These include behaviour disorders, developmental psychology, social psychology, biopsychology, learning, memory, cognition and perception, environmental psychology, personality, psychometrics and testing.
Other specialized courses available to undergraduates include computers and psychology, forensic psychology, gender differences, and clinical psychology. Many third and fourth year students enroll in laboratory courses where they acquire first-hand experience in psychological research.