Academic Calendar 2021-2022

Psychology – Major (Science) – Bachelor of Science (Honours)

Plan of study for students who were admitted to a PSYC-M-BSH Plan after May 1, 2020
PSYC-M-BSH
Subject:  Administered by the Department of Psychology.
Plan:  Consists of 72.0 units as described below.
Program:  The Plan, alone, or in combination with a Minor in another subject, and with sufficient electives to total 120.0 units, will lead to a Bachelor of Science (Honours) Degree.

1. Core
A. Complete the following:
PSYC 100Principles of Psychology6.00
B. Select 3.00 units from the following:3.00
Statistics in Psychology
STAT_Options
C. Complete the following:
PSYC 203Research Methods in Psychology3.00
D. Complete the following:
PSYC 301Advanced Statistical Inference3.00
2. Option
A. Select 12.00 units from the following:12.00
Cognitive Psychology
Introdution to Clinical Psychology
Social Psychology
Developmental Psychology
Brain and Behaviour I
B. PSYC_Labs3.00
C. Select one of the following options:9.00
i. Seminar Option:
a. PSYC at the 400 level
ii. Thesis Option:
D. Complete 3.00 units from four of the following:12.00
a. PSYC_Cognitive
b. PSYC_BehaviouralNeuroscience
c. PSYC_Clinical
d. PSYC_Developmental
e. PSYC_Social
E. Select 6.00 units from the following:6.00
PSYC at the 300 level or above
PSYC_Subs_A
F. Select 3.00 units from the following:3.00
PSYC at the 200 level or above
PSYC_Subs_B
3. Supporting
A. Select 12.00 units from the following:12.00
Fundamentals of Biology: Molecular and Cell Biology
and Fundamentals of Biology: Organisms to Ecosystems
General Chemistry
General Chemistry I (with Virtual Laboratory): From Atoms to Matter
and General Chemistry II (with Virtual Laboratory): Thermodynamics and Kinetics
Introduction to Computing Science I
and Introduction to Computing Science II
MATH at the 100 level
Fundamental Physics
General Physics
Introductory Physics
Basic Physics
4. Additional Requirements
A. Maximum 6.0 units from PSYC_Subs_A; PSYC_Subs_B
Electives
Elective Courses48.00
Total Units120.00

5. Substitutions

A. PSYC 202 Statistics in Psychology, PSYC 203 , PSYC 301 Advanced Statistical Inference and PSYC 302 Advanced Research Methods may not be substituted by an equivalent course from another university. Letters of Permission will only be granted in extraordinary cases. These courses may not be repeated, except with the permission of the Chair of Undergraduate Studies.

6. Notes

A. Students who wish to pursue the Thesis Option in Year 4 must take PSYC 302 Advanced Research Methods, which will count under 2.E.

B. CHEM 113 General Chemistry I (with Virtual Laboratory): From Atoms to Matter and CHEM 114 General Chemistry II (with Virtual Laboratory): Thermodynamics and Kinetics are not sufficient for pre-med Chemistry requirements.

C. A maximum of 6.0 units from courses offered by other Faculties and Schools may be counted toward the program and/or Plan Requirements. This includes courses in BMED, COMM, GLPH, LAW, NURS and courses in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.

Psychology Course Lists

The following lists contain courses offered through other Departments. In accordance with Academic Regulation 2.5 (Access to Classes), students do not have enrolment priority in all of these courses. Access to these courses may only be made available during the Open Enrolment period, and then only if space permits.

PSYC_Labs

Psychology Laboratory Courses
PSYC 315Introduction to the Analysis of Psychological Signals3.00
PSYC 321Psycholinguistics3.00
PSYC 323Laboratory in Attention3.00
PSYC 334Laboratory in Psychological Testing3.00
PSYC 341Laboratory in Social Psychology3.00
PSYC 355Comparative Cognition: Cognitive Origins Laboratory (Winter 2017 onward)3.00
PSYC 360The Neurobiology and Psychology of Sleep3.00
PSYC 375Comparative Cognition: Animal Learning Laboratory3.00
PSYC 380Advanced Perception3.00
PSYC 495Advanced Topics in Psychology3.00
PSYC 570Directed Special Laboratory I3.00
PSYC 575Directed Special Laboratory II3.00

PSYC_Subs_A

Psychology Substitutions List A (300-level and above)
ANAT 312Functional Neuroanatomy3.00
BIOL 300Ecology3.00
BIOL 321Animal Behaviour3.00
BIOL 331Analytical Genomics3.00
BIOL 350Evolution and Human Affairs3.00
BIOL 369Sex and Evolution3.00
BIOL 445Neuroethology3.00
BIOM 300Modeling Techniques in Biology3.00
CISC 325Human-Computer Interaction3.00
CISC 352Artificial Intelligence3.00
CISC 452Neural and Genetic Computing3.00
CISC 453Topics in Artificial Intelligence3.00
COGS 300Programming Cognitive Models3.00
COGS 400Neural and Genetic Cognitive Models3.00
COMM 333Marketing Strategy3.00
COMM 351Leadership3.00
COMM 352Organizational Analysis3.00
COMM 3553.00
COMM 3593.00
GPHY 336Geography, the Environment and Human Health3.00
INTS 306Culture, Identity and Self3.00
INTS 307Intercultural Relations3.00
LING 310Phonetics3.00
NSCI 323Cellular Neuroscience3.00
NSCI 324Systems Neuroscience3.00
NSCI 401Introduction to Theoretical Neuroscience3.00
NSCI 414Progress in Neuroanatomy and Neuropharmacology3.00
PHIL 301Bioethics3.00
PHIL 311Philosophy of Psychology3.00
PHIL 351Philosophy of Mind3.00
POLS 312Political Behaviour3.00
POLS 313Mass Media and Politics Canada3.00
SOCY 387Sociology of Crime and Delinquency3.00
SOCY 388Sociology of Criminal Justice3.00
SOCY 389Gender, Law and Crime3.00
STAT 463Fundamentals of Statistical Inference3.00
STAT 464Discrete Time Series Analysis3.00
STAT 471Sampling and Experimental Design3.00
STAT 473Generalized Linear Models3.00
STAT 486Survival Analysis3.00

PSYC_Subs_B

Psychology Substitutions List B (200-level and above)
ANAT 312Functional Neuroanatomy3.00
BCHM 218Molecular Biology3.00
BIOL 205Mendelian and Molecular Genetics3.00
BIOL 206Evolutionary Genetics3.00
BIOL 300Ecology3.00
BIOL 321Animal Behaviour3.00
BIOL 331Analytical Genomics3.00
BIOL 350Evolution and Human Affairs3.00
BIOL 369Sex and Evolution3.00
BIOL 445Neuroethology3.00
BIOM 300Modeling Techniques in Biology3.00
CISC 325Human-Computer Interaction3.00
CISC 352Artificial Intelligence3.00
CISC 452Neural and Genetic Computing3.00
CISC 453Topics in Artificial Intelligence3.00
COGS 201Cognition and Computation3.00
COGS 300Programming Cognitive Models3.00
COGS 400Neural and Genetic Cognitive Models3.00
COMM 231Fundamentals of Marketing3.00
COMM 251Organizational Behaviour3.00
COMM 333Marketing Strategy3.00
COMM 351Leadership3.00
COMM 352Organizational Analysis3.00
COMM 3553.00
COMM 3593.00
ECON 261Canadian Labour Relations3.00
GPHY 336Geography, the Environment and Human Health3.00
INTS 306Culture, Identity and Self3.00
INTS 307Intercultural Relations3.00
LING 310Phonetics3.00
NSCI 323Cellular Neuroscience3.00
NSCI 324Systems Neuroscience3.00
NSCI 401Introduction to Theoretical Neuroscience3.00
NSCI 414Progress in Neuroanatomy and Neuropharmacology3.00
PHIL 301Bioethics3.00
PHIL 311Philosophy of Psychology3.00
PHIL 351Philosophy of Mind3.00
POLS 312Political Behaviour3.00
POLS 313Mass Media and Politics Canada3.00
SOCY 275Theories of Deviance and Social Control3.00
SOCY 276Substantive Issues in Social Deviance3.00
SOCY 387Sociology of Crime and Delinquency3.00
SOCY 388Sociology of Criminal Justice3.00
SOCY 389Gender, Law and Crime3.00
STAT 463Fundamentals of Statistical Inference3.00
STAT 464Discrete Time Series Analysis3.00
STAT 471Sampling and Experimental Design3.00
STAT 473Generalized Linear Models3.00
STAT 486Survival Analysis3.00

PSYC_Cognitive

Cognitive Neuroscience Courses
PSYC 305Introduction to Comparative Cognition3.00
PSYC 315Introduction to the Analysis of Psychological Signals3.00
PSYC 320Selected Topics in Cognitive Neuroscience3.00
PSYC 321Psycholinguistics3.00
PSYC 323Laboratory in Attention3.00
PSYC 355Comparative Cognition: Cognitive Origins Laboratory3.00
PSYC 376Functional Neuroimaging the Human Brain and Mind3.00
PSYC 377Decision-Making and the Brain: Principles of Neuroeconomics3.00
PSYC 380Advanced Perception3.00
PSYC 420Advanced Topics in Cognitive Psychology3.00
PSYC 422Advanced Topics in Attention3.00
PSYC 423Visual Cognition in the Real World3.00

PSYC_BehaviouralNeuroscience

Behavioural Neuroscience Courses
PSYC 360The Neurobiology and Psychology of Sleep3.00
PSYC 365Selected Topics in Behavioural Neuroscience3.00
PSYC 366Gender/Sex, Hormones, and Behaviour3.00
PSYC 370Brain and Behaviour II3.00
PSYC 375Comparative Cognition: Animal Learning Laboratory3.00
PSYC 470Advanced Topics in Behavioural Neuroscience3.00
PSYC 471Behavioural Pharmacology3.00
PSYC 473Neurobiology of Psychiatric Disorders3.00

PSYC_Clinical

Clinical Psychology Courses
PSYC 330Selected Topics in Clinical Psychology3.00
PSYC 332Health Psychology3.00
PSYC 333Human Sexuality3.00
PSYC 334Laboratory in Psychological Testing3.00
PSYC 335Positive Psychology3.00
PSYC 336Advanced Adult Clinical Psychology3.00
PSYC 337Advanced Child Clinical Psychology3.00
PSYC 428Psychotic Disorders3.00
PSYC 429Pain: Body and Mind3.00
PSYC 433Human Sexual Function and Dysfunction3.00
PSYC 435Advanced Topics in Clinical Psychology3.00
PSYC 436Sexuality and Gender3.00
PSYC 437Mood Disorders3.00
PSYC 438Self-Injury and Suicide3.00
PSYC 439Interpersonal Processes in Depression3.00

PSYC_Developmental

Developmental Psychology Courses
PSYC 350Selected Topics in Developmental Psychology3.00
PSYC 351Social and Emotional Development3.00
PSYC 352Cognitive and Language Development3.00
PSYC 353Atypical Development3.00
PSYC 450Advanced Topics in Developmental Psychology3.00
PSYC 451Brain Development3.00
PSYC 452Developmental Psycholinguistic3.00
PSYC 453Infancy3.00
PSYC 454Child in Society3.00
PSYC 455Adolescence3.00
PSYC 456Theory of Mind3.00
PSYC 458Neurobiology of Socio-Emotional Development in Adolescence3.00

PSYC_Social

Social Psychology Courses
PSYC 340Selected Topics in Social Psychology3.00
PSYC 341Laboratory in Social Psychology3.00
PSYC 342The Psychology of Social Influence3.00
PSYC 343Judgement and Decision Making3.00
PSYC 430The Self3.00
PSYC 440Advanced Topics in Social Psychology3.00
PSYC 441Attitudes and Persuasion3.00
PSYC 442Culture and Cognition3.00
PSYC 443Intimate Relationships3.00

STAT_Options

Statistic Course Options
BIOL 243Introduction to Statistics3.00
CHEE 209Analysis Of Process Data3.50
COMM 162Managerial Statistics3.00
ECON 250Introduction to Statistics3.00
GPHY 247Introduction to Statistics3.00
KNPE 251Introduction to Statistics3.00
NURS 323Introduction to Statistics3.00
POLS 385Introduction to Statistics3.00
PSYC 202Statistics in Psychology3.00
SOCY 211Introduction to Statistics3.00
STAM 200Introduction to Statistics3.00
STAT 263Introduction to Statistics3.00
STAT 367Engineering Data Analysis4.00