|Faculty:||Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
|Field of Study:||Developmental and Child Psychology
|Description:||Developmental Psychology is a specialized undergraduate major within the Psychology department that focuses on child, adolescent, and adult development. Courses emphasize different developmental periods and various aspects of both normal and abnormal development. In addition to course work, students have the opportunity to participate in ongoing research groups and are encouraged to apply their classroom skills by getting involved in community organizations. In their fourth year, students can apply to participate in the Developmental Psychology Practicum in which they review learning-based behaviour change strategies and apply them in community placements.
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.
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