Study the scientific fundamentals of psychology

Psychology is the science specializing in the understanding of human behaviour and mental processes. The BSc program studies the scientific fundamentals of psychology with a particular focus on the biological, chemical and cognitive factors underlying human and animal behaviour. It gives you the opportunity to take part in academic research projects that provide you with privileged insight into the many facets of the discipline, also preparing you for graduate studies in experimental psychology, neuroscience or health sciences.

Why choose the School of Psychology

The School serves as a national and international reference point in psychology. It is characterized by its openness to other disciplines, its strategic directions to meet future needs in the field, and its commitment to bilingualism. The School encourages interdisciplinary collaboration which creates numerous opportunities for you to work with colleagues and professors from other faculties such as Science, Medicine, Health Sciences and Arts.

Part of your learning experience

Along with researchers and professors, you will be able to experience community-focused projects that have real-world applications in everyday life.

Program prerequisites and minimum admission average 

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4 years120 units

Honours BSc in Psychology

Allison Leeming, student
Student Voices

“This diverse and versatile program allows me to explore human functioning through a variety of perspectives, ranging from sociology to neuroscience.”

Allison Leeming

— Student

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