Psychology is the study of behaviour, feelings and thinking. Psychologists study the biopsychosocial and developmental mechanisms and processes that regulate the behaviour of individuals. The goal of the Department of Psychology is to provide advanced knowledge in the substantive areas of Psychology. In addition, the Department provides excellent training that enhances the student's competitiveness for advanced graduate study in Psychology and related areas.
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The total for the B.Sc. in Psychology is 122 credit hours. For more information, please consult the current online calendar via the "Programs - BSc Psychology" link to the left.
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