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FACULTY OF HUMAN HANDBOOK

REQUIREMENTS FOR THE SPECIAL IN PSYCHOLOGY

The Special consists of 54 credits (18 courses) in Psychology over the three (3) levels. Students are required to complete five courses in Psychology at Level I, seven courses in Psychology at Level II and six courses in Psychology at Level III, as set out below. NB: The PSYC3011 Research Paper in Psychology (equivalent to HUMN3099) is a year-long Faculty requirement for six (6) credits.

Level I

Major Requirements

  • 1.

    PSYC1003 Introduction to Psychology

  • 2.

    PSYC1004 Introduction to Social Psychology

  • 3.

    PSYC1012 Introduction to Developmental Psychology

  • 4.

    PSYC1013 Introduction to Research Methods

  • 5.

    PSYC1015 Historical Issues in Psychology

Faculty Requirements

  • 6.

    FOUN1001 English for Academic Purposes

  • 7.

    FOUN1008 Rhetoric II: Writing for Special Purposes

  • 8.

    One (1) Level I elective from within the Faculty, but outside of this Major

  • 9.

    One (1) Beginners’ Foreign Language course* OR Level I elective from within the Faculty, but outside of this Major

  • 10.

    One (1) Level I elective from any Faculty

*See foreign lAnguAge requirement on p. 28 for more details.

Level II

Major Requirements

  • 1.

    PSYC2002 Abnormal Psychology

  • 2.

    PSYC2003 Physiological Psychology

  • 3.

    PSYC2004 Personality Theory I

  • 4.

    PSYC2022 Developmental Psychology II: Conception to

Adolescence

  • 5.

    PSYC2014 Statistics and Research Design

  • 6.

    PSYC2008 Cognitive Psychology

  • 7.

    One (1) Level II Psychology course

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Faculty Requirements

  • 8.

    FOUN121 Science, Medicine and Technology in Society

  • 9.

    FOUN1301 Law, Governance, Economy and Society in the Caribbean

  • 10.

    One (1) Level II elective from any Faculty

Level III

Major Requirements

  • 1.

    PSYC3017 Personality Theory II

  • 2.

    PSYC3028 Theory and Practice of Counselling

  • 3.

    PSYC3030 Introduction to Clinical Psychology

  • 4.

    At least one (1) course chosen from the following

courses: PSYC2009 Learning Theory and Practice PSYC2018 Social Psychology of Sport and Exercise PSYC3018 Forensic Psychology PSYC3032 Psychology of Ageing PSYC3020 Educational Psychology EDPS3804 Principles of Social Psychology

Faculty Requirements

5-6. 7-10.

PSYC3011 Research Paper (6 credits) Four (4) Level III electives from any Faculty

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