Tentative Course Offerings 2021-2022

Below is a tentative listing of the Psychology courses that will be offered in the 2021-2022 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 contact Tiber Reardon.

Students should be aware that the Department cannot guarantee that a particular course will definitely be offered. Further, due to COVID-19 impacting operations and on-campus teaching at the University for the Fall 2021 semester, some courses will be taught remotely either synchronously or asynchronously depending on the professor.  The most up-to-date listing can be found via the Registrar's Office.

Fall 2021

NOTE: * Courses to be delivered remotely or by distance

Non-Restricted Courses:

1000 Introduction to Psychology I*  -  Instructors TBA
1001 Introduction to Psychology II -  Cheryll Fitzpatrick

2010 Biological and Cognitive Development -  Michele Mercer
2020 Social and Personality Development -  Cheryll Fitzpatrick
2150 Introduction to Forensic Psychology*  -  Laura Fallon
2151 Introduction to Health Psychology*  -  Laura Fallon
2920 Research Methods in Psychology for Non-Majors*  -  Mark Hebert

3533 Sexual Behaviour*  -  Adam Brown

Majors Courses:

2520 Mind and Brain  -  Francis Bambico
2521 Introduction to Neuroscience for Behavioural Neuroscience Majors  -  Francis Bambico
2910 Research Methods in Psychology I*  -  Ian Neath
2930 Research and Writing in Psychology  -  Darlene Skinner

3050 Developmental Psychology  -  Carole Peterson
3100 Social Psychology  -  Laura Fallon
3251 Learning  -  Darlene Skinner
3350 Perception  -  Russ Adams
3450 Human Cognition  -  Jonathan Fawcett
3650 Abnormal Psychology  - TBA
3750 Animal Behaviour I  -  David Wilson
3800 Cellular Neuroscience  -  Susan Walling
3820 Research Techniques in Behavioural Neuroscience  -  Jacqueline Blundell
3860 Neuropsychopharmacology  -  Francis Bambico
3900 Design and Analysis III  -  Pierre-Paul Bitton

4050 Selected Topics in Developmental Psychology I  -  Carole Peterson
4150 Selected Topics in Social Psychology  -  Laura Fallon
4170 Research Experience in Social Psychology  -  Brent Snook
4251 Selected Topics in Learning and Motivation II  -  TBA
4451 Selected Topics in Cognition II  -  Kathleen Hourihan
4500 Selected Topics in Psychology I  -  Cheryll Fitzpatrick
4770 Research Experience in Animal Behaviour  -  Bill Montevecchi
4910 Systems in Contemporary Psychology  -  Jamie Drover

499A/B Honours Dissertation  -  Carolyn Walsh

Winter 2022

NOTE: Course delivery format to be decided

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
2920 Research Methods in Psychology for Non-Majors

3533 Sexual Behaviour
3640 Psychology of Abnormal Behaviour

Majors Courses:

2520 Mind and Brain
2521 Introduction to Neuroscience for Behavioural Neuroscience Majors
2911 Research Methods in Psychology II
2930 Research and Writing in Psychology

3050 Developmental Psychology
3100 Social Psychology
3450 Human Cognition
3650 Abnormal Psychology
3750 Animal Behaviour I
3810 Neurobiology of Learning and Memory
3820 Research Techniques in Behavioural Neuroscience
3840 Neurobiology of Stress

4051 Selected Topics in Developmental Psychology II
4070 Research Experience in Developmental Psychology
4151 Selected Topics in Social Psychology II
4170 Research Experience in Social Psychology
4270 Research Experience in Learning
4450 Selected Topics in Cognition I
4470 Research Experience in Cognition
4500 Selected Topics in Psychology
4750 Selected Topics in Animal Behaviour I
4854 Selected Topics in Behavioural Neuroscience (Neurobiological Diseases and Disorders)
4870 Research Experience in Neuroscience
4980 The Psychology of Money

499A/B Honours Dissertation

Spring/Intersession 2021

Please note: If you need to take one (or more) of these courses in the 2020-2021 academic year in order to graduate, you are advised to take them during Fall 2021 or Winter 2022 semesters if available rather than waiting for Spring/Intersession.

NOTE: Course delivery format to be decided

Non-Restricted Courses:

 

2800 Drugs and Behaviour

Majors Courses:

4500 Selected Topics in Psychology I
4650 Selected Topics in Abnormal Behaviour I

499A/B Honours Dissertation