BSc Honours Specialization
Honours Specialization in Psychology (BSc)
In addition to the program requirements listed below, students must also satisfy the Bachelor of Science (Honours) degree requirements, which include regulations on first year and subject maximum and breadth requirements.
Students will need to achieve a minimum 70% average in the 60 credits presented for the Honours Specialization in Psychology.
|Students must complete 120 credits including 60 credits in the Honours Specialization as follows:|
|PSYC 1106||Introduction to Psychology I||3 cr.|
|PSYC 1107||Introduction to Psychology II||3 cr.|
|PSYC 2126||Scientific Method and Analysis I||3 cr.|
|PSYC 2127||Scientific Method and Analysis II||3 cr.|
|PSYC 3356||Design and Analysis I||3 cr.|
|PSYC 3357||Design and Analysis II||3 cr.|
|PSYC 4005||Systems and Theories in Psychology||6 cr.|
|PSYC 4105||Senior Empirical Thesis||6 cr.|
|2000/3000/4000 level Psychology courses||30 cr.|
Other Science Requirements
|Twelve credits from the following:||12 cr.|
|BIOL 1000 level (excluding BIOL 1911)|
|CHEM 1000 level (excluding CHEM 1911)|
|MATH 1036||Calculus I|
|MATH 1037||Calculus II|
|PHYS 1000 level (excluding PHYS 1912)|
|ACAD 1601||3 cr.|
It is recommended that students in this degree program take PHIL 2505 Reasoning and Logical Argument.