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Subject Code - PSYC (Psychology)

Unless otherwise specified, the prerequisite for 300-level Psychology courses is 6 credits of 100-level or 200-level PSYC courses (PSYC 216 or PSYC 217 strongly recommended), or permission of the instructor. For students registered in the B.Sc. Behavioural Neuroscience program, a maximum of 6 credits of Psychology courses can be used towards the Faculty of Science Arts requirement (,215,410,1464). In addition to Psychology 348 and 448, all Psychology courses numbered 60 to 89 in the last two digits have Science credit. Listed below are courses in which there is sufficient overlap that credit may be obtained for only one course in each list. However, it does not necessarily follow that the listed courses are equivalent: (1) PSYC 304, 360, 370; (2) PSYC 304, 360, 371; (3) PSYC 217, 277, 366; (4) PSYC 218, 278, 366. Students with fewer than 36 previous credits may not take 300-level courses. Not every course is offered every year. For current listings, consult the departmental website at

Course Title
PSYC 101 Introduction to Biological and Cognitive Psychology
PSYC 102 Introduction to Developmental, Social, Personality, and Clinical Psychology
PSYC 217 Research Methods
PSYC 218 Analysis of Behavioural Data
PSYC 300A Abnormal Psychology - ABNORMAL PSYC
PSYC 301 Brain Dysfunction and Recovery
PSYC 305A Personality Psychology - PERSONALITY PSYC
PSYC 311 Psychology of Sport
PSYC 314 Health Psychology
PSYC 315 Childhood and Adolescence
PSYC 340F Directed Studies in Psychology - DIRECTED STUDIES
PSYC 348F Directed Studies in Behavioural Neuroscience - DIR STUD BHV NEU
PSYC 350A Psychological Aspects of Human Sexuality - PSYC ASP HM SEXL
PSYC 398 Cooperative Work Placement I
PSYC 399 Cooperative Work Placement II
PSYC 413 Social and Personality Development
PSYC 417A Special Topics in Psychology - SP TPCS IN PSYC
PSYC 498 Cooperative Work Placement III
PSYC 499 Cooperative Work Placement IV
PSYC 547E Reading and Conference - READG & CONFRNCE
PSYC 549 Master's Thesis
PSYC 559 Clinical Psychological Internship
PSYC 649 Doctoral Dissertation