Undergraduate Studies

My selection window opens tomorrow but a course I need is full.

The Department of Psychology utilizes rolling caps during course selection periods for Fall and Winter. This means that additional spots are added daily during the corresponding selection window, providing equal opportunity to students attempting to register, whether their course selection window opens on the first or the last day of their year. The additional spots are usually added between 8:00-9:00 am Monday-Friday, and so it is important to be monitoring Webadvisor carefully during that time period.

UPDATED FOR FALL: What are the changes to the regularly scheduled courses?

Fall 2018 Course offering changes:

PSYC*3350 Cross-Cultural Psychology
This course is currently undergoing a calendar change and will be offered in alternate Falls (odd). The next offering will be Fall'19.

PSYC*3410 Behavioural Neuroscience II
This course is currently undergoing a calendar change and will now be a Winter offering. In 18/19 PSYC*3410 will be offered in W19 INSTEAD of F18. Going forward, this change will allow students to take PSYC*2410 Behavioural Neuroscience I in the Fall, immediately followed by PSYC*3410 in the Winter. 

How does the Course Credit Structure for BA Honours Work?

BAH and BAH Co-op Students in the Honours REGULAR STREAM

There is a maximum number of PSYC courses that you can enroll in at each course level.

1000-Level Courses:

You must take 1.5 credit, comprising

PSYC*1000 Introduction to Psychology  

PSYC*1010 Quantification in Psychology

PSYC*1500 Foundational Skills for Psychology

2000-Level Courses:

You must take 2.5 credits, comprising

PSYC*2070 Teams, Leadership and Professional Behaviour

PSYC*2360 Introductory Research Methods

Two of: