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Winter 2009

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PSYCHOLOGY

Combined Honours Programs in Psychology with Thesis

Program Regulation:
Students in combined programs must complete the major requirements for both subject areas, and 01-150 and 01-151. They must also complete the Option requirements, in the order presented, followed by any additional requirements under Other requirements, to a total of forty courses. Example: If the total course requirements add up to 43 once the major requirements for the second subject area are included, then section (c) of the Option requirements and one course from section (b) of the Option requirements should be excluded from the degree requirements.

Total courses: forty.

Major requirements - Psychology: fourteen courses, including 46-115, 46-116, 46-229 or 46-230, 46-320, 46-331; plus 46-313 or an equivalent statistics course from another area of study; plus one of 46-220, 46-223, or 46-236; plus one of 46-335, 46-353 or 46-358; and 46-496 and 46-497. The total number of Psychology courses must include at least four 300-level courses. Entry to the fourth year thesis course, 46-496, requires psychology and cumulative course averages of at least 9.0. Students must consult with the Psychology Undergraduate Program Chair before undertaking a combined Honours in Psychology with Thesis program.

Major requirements - Other Subject: as prescribed by that area of study.

Option requirements: six courses including
(a) two courses from Arts;
(b) two courses from Languages or Science;
(c) two courses from any area of study, excluding Social Sciences.

Other requirements:
(a) 01-150, 01-151**;
(b) 02-250;
(c) additional options (if required) to a total of forty.

**Students who have completed a minimum of twenty semester courses prior to Fall 2008 are not required to take 01-150 and 01-151.

PSYCHOLOGY: COURSES

PSYCHOLOGY: PROGRAMS

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