Follow this link for information on McGill's new S/U grading option as it relates to Psychology students: S/U policy details, important considerations, and FAQs
Follow this link for the department's statement on on-line assessment: On-line assessment policy
Information Session for Newly Admitted Students
All new students entering the Psychology undergraduate program in the Fall term should attend an Information Session prior to registration. At this session, the Academic Advisor will explain the requirements for the various programs, and students will have an opportunity to ask questions and receive advice on how to plan their courses.
Students entering the Psychology program in the Winter term are encouraged to meet with the Academic Advisor in December to clarify their course selections.
Note for Students in the Faculty of Arts & Science:
For information regarding program requirements, please refer to the Arts document, as the requirements for the Major Concentration in Psychology (36 credits) are the same in both Faculties.
For more information, please see https://www.mcgill.ca/psychology/undergraduate/programs-study/bachelor-arts-and-science-ba-bsc