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Psychology

Frequency of Course Offerings

Below is a listing of commonly scheduled psychology courses and their frequency of offering. This information is provided strictly for planning purposes and does not guarantee the scheduling of a course in a specific semester. To see when the course may be offered, your may contact the Department of Psychology at psychology.dept@uregina.ca.

LEVEL COURSE FREQUENCY
100

Introductory Psychology

PSYC 101

PSYC 102

Every semester
200
Research Methods PSYC 204 Every semester
Cognate Areas

PSYC 210 Developmental

PSYC 220 Social

PSYC 230 Personality

PSYC 255 Biological

PSYC 270 Cognitive

Every semester

Every semester

Every semester

At least once/year

At least once/year

300/400
Statistics and Methods

PSYC 305 Statistics

PSYC 400 Honours Seminar

PSYC 405 Advanced Statistics

PSYC 496 A-Z Qualitative Methods

At least once/year

Once a year

Once a year

Infrequently

Advanced Courses Building

Upon Cognate Areas

PSYC 310 and/or PSYC 311 Child/Adolescent Developement

PSYC 320 Advanced Social

PSYC 321 Forensic

PSYC 330 Psychology of Women

PSYC 333 Abnormal

PSYC 356 Human Neuropsychology

PSYC 373 Human Reasoning

PSYC 374 Psycholinguistics

PSYC 375 Perception

PSYC 383 Health

At least once/year

Infrequently

Once a year

Infrequently

Every semester

Once a year

Every 2 years

Infrequently

Every 2 years

At least once/year

Specialized Courses

PSYC 406 History of Psychology

PSYC 407 Systems in Psychology

PSYC 415AD Infant Development

PSYC 455 Selected Topics in Neuroscience

PSYC 460 Introduction to Clinical Psychology

*Other Specialized 400-Level Courses

(we try to offer at least 1-2 additional 400-level courses/year)

Every two years

Every two years

Every two years

Every two years

At least every 3 years

At least once/year

Graduate

PSYC 801 Research Methods

PSYC 802 Advanced Statistics

PSYC 806 Ethics in Clinical Psychology

PSYC 832 Psychopathology

PSYC 850 Assessment

PSYC 860 Interventions I

PSYC 900 Master's Seminar

Practica/Internships in Clinical Psychology

Once a year

PSYC 800 History, theroies and Systems of Psychology

PSYC 803 Psychometrics

PSCY 807 Research Ethics

PSYC 820 Social Psychology

PSYC 847 Advanced Neuroscience

PSYC 861 Interventions II

PSYC 881 Cognitive

PSYC 851 Assessment II

PSYC 900 PhD Seminar

Every two years