Programs

An undergraduate degree in psychology serves as excellent preparation for careers in the public sector, education, and social services, as well as providing a solid foundation for pursuing advanced studies in medicine, pharmacology, law, optometry, speech pathology, and occupational therapy, among others. An Honours degree in psychology is the starting point for continuing on to graduate level training in clinical, counselling, or experimental and applied psychology. 

The Department of Psychology offers Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Arts (Honours), and Bachelor of Science (Honours) degrees in psychology, and graduate degrees at both the Master's and Doctoral levels in Clinical Psychology and in Experimental and Applied Psychology.

For more information on our undergraduate program offerings, please see the 'Undergraduate Program' link on the left-hand menu, or visit the Psychology program section of the Undergraduate Calendar. For more information on our graduate offerings please, please see the 'Graduate Programs' link, or visit the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research website.