Course planning 2015-2016

Below is a tentative listing of the Psychology courses that will be offered in the 2015-2016 academic year. Descriptions of each course, including prerequisites, can be found in the University Calendar.

You can use this list to help plan which courses you should take in each semester. If you are a major and have questions or want advice, please make an appointment to meet with Linda Gaborko.

Students should be aware that the Department cannot guarantee that a particular course will definitely be offered. The most up-to-date listing can be found via the Registrar's Office.

Please note that Psychology 3801 will be offered for the last time in both the Fall and Winter semesters. Please ensure that you take this course if you need it.

Also, a new fourth year course, Psychology 4980, will be offered in the winter semester. It is a course that covers material on the Psychology of money.

Fall 2015

Non-Restricted Courses:

1000 Introduction to Psychology I
1001 Introduction to Psychology II

2010 Biologoical and Cognitive Development 
2020 Social and Personality Development
2150 Introduction to Forensic Psychology
2151 Health Psychology
2540 Psychology of Gender
2800 Drugs and Behaviour
2810 Brain and Behaviour
2920 Research Methods in Psychology for Non-Majors

3533 Sexual Behaviour
3640 Psychology of Abnormal Behaviour

Majors Courses:

2520 Mind and Brain
2910 Research Methods in Psychology I 
2930 Research and Writing in Psychology

3050 Developmental Psychology
3100 Social Psychology
3250 Neurobiology of Learning
3350 Perception
3450 Human Cognition
3650 Abnormal Psychology
3750 Animal Behaviour I
3801 Behavioural Neuroscience
3900 Design and Analysis III

4050 Selected Topics in Developmental Psychology I
4150 Selected Topics in Social Psychology I
4250 Selected Topics in Learning and Motivation I
4500 Selected Topics in Psychology I
4850 Selected Topics in Behavioural Neuroscience

4070 Research Experience in Developmental
4170 Research Experience in Social Psychology
4270 Research Experience in Learning

499A/B Honours Dissertation

Winter 2016

Non-Restricted Courses:

1000 Introduction to Psychology I
1001 Introduction to Psychology II

2010 Biologoical and Cognitive Development
2020 Social and Personality Development
2100 Attitudes and Social Cognition
2150 Introduction to Forensic Psychology
2151 Health Psychology
2540 Psychology of Gender
2800 Drugs and Behaviour
2810 Brain and Behaviour
2920 Research Methods in Psychology for Non-Majors

3533 Sexual Behaviour
3640 Psychology of Abnormal Behaviour

Majors Courses:

2520 Mind and Brain
2930 Research and Writing in Psychology
2911 Research Methods in Psychology II

3050 Developmental Psychology
3100 Social Psychology
3250 Neurobiology of Learning
3450 Human Cognition
3650 Abnormal Psychology
3750 Animal Behaviour I
3800 Neuroscience
3801 Behavioural Neuroscience
3830 Behavioural Endocrinology

4051 Selected Topics in Developmental II
4151 Selected Topics in Social Psychology I
4450 Selected Topics in Cognition I
4650 Selected Topics in Abnormal Behaviour I
4751 Selected Topics in Animal Behaviour II
4851 Selected Topics in Behavioural Neuroscience II

4270 Research Experience in Learning
4470 Research Experience in Cognition
4770 Research Experience in Animal Behaviour
4910 Systems in Contemporary Psychology
4980 The Psychology of Money

499A/B Honours Dissertation

Spring/Intersession 2016

Non-Restricted Courses:

1000 Introduction to Psychology I
1001 Introduction to Psychology II
2010 Biologoical and Cognitive Development
2020 Social and Personality Development
2150 Introduction to Forensic Psychology
2151 Health Psychology
2540 Psychology of Gender
2810 Brain and Behaviour

Majors Courses:

4270 Research Experience in Learning
499A/B Honours Dissertation

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