You can major in psychology through a bachelor of arts degree or a bachelor of science degree at Grenfell Campus.
Why study psychology at Grenfell?
Psychology seeks to understand how we think, act, and feel. By exploring mental functions and actions, we can understand individual and group behaviour. Grenfell's psychology program offers students a wide variety of topics and will provide you with skills and knowledge that will have relevance throughout your life including:
- critical thinking
- problem solving abilities
- analytic abilities
- writing skills
- presentation skills
Many Grenfell Psychology graduates choose to continue their post-secondary education (MA, PhD, MD, B. Ed) in order to facilitate careers in professions like education, law, social work, clinical/counseling/experimental psychology.
Sample first year
Students pursuing a bachelor of arts with a major in psychology at Grenfell Campus will normally take the following courses in their first year:
|FALL SEMESTER||WINTER SEMESTER|
|English 1000||English 1001|
|Psychology 1000||Psychology 1001|
|course in minor area||course in minor area|
|elective (or group C)||elective (or group C)|
- employment counsellor
- wellness facilitator
- counselling centre intake worker
- interagency coordinator
- English-as-an-additional language teacher
- director of research
- applied behaviour analysis therapist
- violence outreach worker
- international student coordinator
- positions in the civil service (customs to social services)
For additional information, visit the School of Arts and Social Science or contact Brett Holfeld.