Certificate in Extended Studies in Arts: Psychology Honours
This certificate will provide previously graduated Psychology majors or equivalent, with outstanding academic credentials, an opportunity to participate in our honours program and enhance their opportunities for further education or employment.
1. Completion of a Bachelor's degree from a recognized university.
2. Completion of the the Psychology Honours entrance requirements.
3. A faculty member willing to supervise the honours project/thesis.
How to apply
Students planning to apply for this certificate should first consult with the Arts Advice Centre.
Note: Please see the Graduation Awards policy (64) for the amount of credits that must be completed once admitted to the certificate program.
See the Psychology Department Assistant for an application. Submit the completed application to the department once all requirements are met. Applications will be reviewed beginning in June. The number of applicants accepted into the program may be restricted.
15 credits are required for this certificate.
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BA Psychology Honours students must maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.33 (B+) in the honours courses (PSYC 490, PSYC 498, and PSYC 499). A total of 45 upper-level psychology credits needs to be completed between the Bachelor of Arts degree and the certificate.
For complete details on courses see the course descriptions section.