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Wilfrid Laurier University Laurier Brantford
September 3, 2015

Canadian Excellence

Psychology touches almost every aspect of our lives. As society has become more complex, psychology has assumed an increasingly important role in answering questions about our functioning, abilities and behaviour.

Students are first introduced to the basic psychological concepts in year one. Here students are prepared for more advanced studies and research courses in their senior-level courses.

Students have the opportunity to explore the many dimensions of psychology to aid in their selection of a field of specialization. While one student may choose to study the area of abnormal psychology, another may channel his/her interests into the area of research methods.

The Psychology program at Laurier Brantford is structured so as to ensure that students are exposed to the breadth of content that exists within the discipline while still permitting sufficient flexibility for students to pursue their own particular interests.

An education in psychology is designed to provide students with insights into behaviour while at the same time providing them with the opportunity to develop skills which will be useful preparation for many career options.

Examples of Courses Offered:

Main Office:

Office of the Dean, Faculty of Human and Social Sciences

Research & Academic Centre East - RCE 116
(519) 756-8228 ext.5782

Program Coordinator:

Dr. Judy Eaton
Research & Academic Centre East - RCE 215
(519) 756-8228 ext.5559
jeaton@wlu.ca

Academic Program Assistant:

Kristina Malecki
(519) 756-8228 ext.5563

kmalecki@wlu.ca