MAJOR IN PSYCHOLOGY – 4-YEAR BA
6.0 Course Module CHECKLIST
Purpose of Major Module: To provide a thorough grounding in the principles of Psychology for students who are interested in a career in fields such as business, education, law, the health sciences, social work, and other related disciplines.
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|FIRST YEAR Requirements: To be eligible for admission to the Major Program, students must complete 3.0 first-year courses, including 1.0 course from Psychology 1000 (or the former 1200) with a final grade of at least 60% and 1.0 course in Mathematics from the following list: Calculus 1000A/B, 1100A/B, 1301A/B, 1500A/B, 1501A/B, or the former 1201A/B, the former Linear Algebra 1600A/B, Mathematics 0110A/B, 1225A/B, 1228A/B, 1229A/B, 1600A/B, Applied Mathematics 1201A/B, Statistical Sciences 1024A/B. If Mathematics 0110A/B is selected, then either Statistical Sciences 1024A/B or Mathematics 1228A/B must be taken. Mathematics 1228A/B and Statistical Sciences 1024A/B is the recommended combination.
NOTE: The Math credit must be completed prior to taking Psych 2820E (or Psych 2810).
1. Psych 1000
3. Electives or Other
4. Electives or Other
5. Electives or Other
SECOND, THIRD and FOURTH YEAR: Module Requirements
Progression Requirements: student must maintain a minimum cumulative average of 60% among the Psychology Major Module courses.
|YEAR 2, 3 and 4
6. Psych 2820E
7. Psych 2100-2299 +
8. Electives or Other Module
9. Electives or Other Module
10. Electives or Other Module
11. Psych 2000-2999
(1.0 or two 0.5’s)
12. Psych 3100-3299 +
13. Electives or Other Module
14. Electives or Other Module
15. Electives or Other Module
16. Psych 2100-2999
(1.0 or two 0.5’s)
17. Psych 3100-3999 +
18. Electives or Other Module
19. Electives or Other Module
20. Electives or Other Module
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NOTE: Students who initially major in Psychology but wish to apply to the Honors Specialization should select Psychology 2810 and 2800E in place of Psychology 2820E. (Note: Psychology 2800E will count as a course numbered 2100-2999 in the event a student is not accepted into one of the Honors Spec. Modules).
NOTE: No more than 14.0 courses in one subject may be counted among the 20.0 successfully completed courses used to fulfill graduation requirements. If taking more than 7.0 courses in Psychology (including the first year Psych 1000), students need to consider any impact this may have on their plans for completing a module in another subject area.
NOTE: Students who complete two Major modules with a 70% average in each, and with no mark below 60% in either module plus no mark below 50% in the non-Major optional or subsidiary courses may be eligible for an Honors Double Major Bachelor degree.
All degrees require 1.0 Social Science course (A), 1.0 Arts & Humanities course (B), 1.0 Science course (C) and 2.0 essay courses.