|Are you fascinated by why people behave, think, and feel the way they do? Are you interested in learning how people cope with stress, why people feel happy, or how people remember information? These are just of few of the questions that you can explore when you study Psychology at Nipissing University. Whether it’s working on brain tissue or learning about psychotherapy, Nipissing’s Psychology program has you covered. Award winning and funded Professors regularly encourage undergraduate students to join their lab groups. This provides students with invaluable research experience that helps them engage with their courses and prepare for future careers or graduate studies. Nipissing Universities’ relatively small size provides a huge advantage for students in terms of increased opportunities to get involved while not sacrificing on course offerings. The Psychology Department offers a full slate of courses that cover all major areas of the discipline. Students in the Bachelor of Arts in Psychology program are eligible to complete a certificate in any of the following areas: Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA), Early Intensive Behavior Intervention (EIBI) - Autism Spectrum Disorders, or Program Evaluation and Applied Research (PEAR).
This program is eligible to be paired with our concurrent education option for students looking to pursue their BA and BEd.
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Applicants are required to have English.
* The entrance grade may change from year to year. Please contact the school for further information.
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