At Acadia University, we want to teach you how to answer your own questions about human behaviour and not just what others have learned about psychology. You will have the opportunity to do hands-on psychological research early in your studies. Class limits of 25 for laboratory courses and 20 for upper-year seminar courses allow you to consider issues in depth, in a small group atmosphere. Our intimate program size allows you to get to know faculty members and fellow students well, and for them to get to know you.
You can pursue either a Bachelor of Science (BSc) or a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Psychology. The entrance requirements and the requirements for the major are identical for both, but you have the flexibility to select courses outside your major that are best-suited to your interests and career goals. You can do a minor, or (if desired) a second major, in almost any other discipline.
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- Introductory Psychology
- Introductory Psychology 2
- Your choice
- 48 months
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We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
All applications must be supported by official copies of all high school transcripts and other records of academic work.
Transcripts should be certified by the school and should either be sent to Acadia directly from the school or sealed in an envelope and given to the student to send. Certified transcripts acceptable to Acadia will be used as a basis of admission.
Admission requirements differ depending on the student's educational system. We review all applications from international students individually.
Applicants for admission from another university or college must have an official transcript sent directly from that institution for evaluation.
Transfer credits may be given for individual courses that are applicable to the intended undergraduate degree program of study. Course descriptions must be included with the transcripts.
International17884 CAD/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 17884 CAD per year during 48 months.
National8933 CAD/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 8933 CAD per year during 48 months.
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