Undergraduate Studies


Student Responsibilities

Course Evaluation

The Department of Psychology requires student assessment of all courses taught by the Department of Psychology. These assessments provide essential feedback to faculty on their teaching by identifying both strengths and possible areas of improvement. In addition, annual student assessment of teaching forms part of the information used by the Department Tenure and Promotion Committee in evaluating the faculty member's contribution in the area of teaching.

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) Psychology Major/Minor

Undergraduate Students can obtain a Bachelor of Arts degree with Major or Minor Focus in Psychology.

The discipline of Psychology is normally associated with the social sciences, the biological sciences, and the health professions. Specialization in Psychology at Guelph is available as a B.A. honours program major, a B.A. honours program major (co-op), and as an honours specialization in the B.SC. program (described in the schedule of studies for B.SC. programs).

Undergraduate Programs- Bachelor of Arts

Bachelor of Arts General in Psychology: BAG.PSYC

There is a three-year Bachelor of Arts General in Psychology for students who want to more readily transition to the world of work, or who want to pursue an advanced degree/diploma that is not immediately related to psychology.