Fall 2013 – Summer 2014
Applications can be obtained from the Undergraduate Office of the Department of Psychology, Room N7/9A, Stewart Biology Building. The applications must be completed and returned to the Undergraduate Office by August 1 for September admission. Candidates will be advised of the Department's decision via email before classes begin in September.
Students should note that awarding of the Honours degree will depend on both cumulative grade point average and a minimum grade of B on PSYC 380D1/PSYC 380D2 and PSYC 482. “First Class Honours” is awarded to students who obtain a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.50, a minimum program GPA of 3.50, and a minimum grade of A- in the required Honours courses, namely PSYC 380D1/PSYC 380D2 and PSYC 482. “Honours” is awarded to students with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.00, a minimum program GPA of 3.00, and a minimum grade of B in the required Honours courses, namely PSYC 380D1/PSYC 380D2 and PSYC 482. Moreover, the awarding of the Honours degree normally requires completion of two full years of study, U2 and U3, in the Honours program. Students with particularly strong academic records may be admitted for the U3 year only on the basis of their marks and research experience. These students must complete all Honours program requirements.
For more information, see Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) - Honours Psychology (60 credits).