8.12 Honours in Psychology
The Honours Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees in Psychology offer greater concentration in the discipline and also require a higher level of academic achievement than is required for the completion of a degree. The Honours degrees in Psychology at Grenfell Campus are 120 credit hour programs normally requiring four years for completion (See Honours Degrees).
Students must meet the General Regulations for Grenfell Campus Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree.
Students must also successfully complete:
Students for the Bachelor of Science (Honours) degree in Psychology shall also complete an additional 27 credit hours as follows:
6 credit hours in Mathematics, which must include Mathematics 1000;
9 credit hours at the 2000 level or above (two courses of which must be laboratory courses) in one of the following subjects: Biology, Chemistry, Earth Sciences, Environmental Science, Human Biosciences (or Biochemistry), or Physics.
Students completing this program cannot receive credit for Psychology 2920.
The Honours project sequence (Psychology 4951 and 4959) involves the production of an Honours thesis. This thesis will be evaluated by the thesis supervisor and an additional faculty member selected by mutual consent of the candidate and the supervisor.