Programs

BSc Specialization in Psychology

The requirements for a specialization in psychology are very similar to a major in psychology. Both require a minimum of 12 psychology courses (★36), however, the specialization program has no limit to the number of psychology courses a student can take. This offers greater flexibility for a student to choose psychology courses to fulfill other BSc option requirements. Listed below are the specific psychology course requirements for this specialization. Please refer to the calendar for ALL course requirements, including courses outside of psychology.

  • PSYCO 104 - Basic Psychological Processes (★3)
  • PSYCO 105 - Individual and Social Behavior (★3)
  • STAT 141 - Introduction to Statistics (★3) OR STAT 151 - Introduction to Applied Statistics I (★3)
  • ★6 from
    • PSYCO 258 - Cognitive Psychology
    • PSYCO 275 - Brain and Behavior
    • PSYCO 282 - Behavior Modification
  • ★6 from
    • PSYCO 223 - Lifespan Developmental Psychology
    • PSYCO 239 - Abnormal Psychology
    • PSYCO 241 - Social Psychology
  • ★6 from 300-level or higher Arts PSYCO courses
  • ★6 from 300-level or higher Science PSYCO courses
  • For the above two requirements, at least ★6 must be at the 400-level (can be Arts or Science PSYCO courses)