IX. Degree Programs

Bachelor of Applied Science (BASc.) - Major Psychology - Diploma in General Arts and Science, Specialization in Intercultural Relations, Research Skills and Analysis, or Organizational Behaviour

In the Psychology program, students examine foundational and current theory, research, and practice, to explore the diverse domains that shape our understanding of human thought, feeling and behaviour.

This Psychology program offers a combination of theory and applied learning in which students acquire foundational knowledge while obtaining experiential learning opportunities. This dual approach provides students a platform from which they may further their studies in psychology at the graduate level, or immediately and competitively enter the workforce upon graduation.

Students complete 20.00 credits which include 16.00 required core psychology credits, 1.50 additional credits toward one specialization and 2.50 credits in general electives. Students declare a specialization in the upper three years of study. Only one specialization can be declared. Students must complete these requirements to be eligible to graduate with both a university honours degree (awarded by the University of Guelph) and the college diploma (awarded by Humber). No option exists to graduate with only one of the above listed credentials as the program is fully integrated.

University of Guelph
50 Stone Road East
Guelph, Ontario, N1G 2W1