Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
Earn a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at Thompson Rivers University
Why take Psychology at Thompson Rivers University
Experience small class sizes and engaging opportunities! To better understand the fascinating field of psychology, first year students participate in research studies conducted by upper-year students and faculty. Our students enjoy intimate classroom settings with dedicated, knowledgable, caring professors who have an exciting range of research interest.
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Whether your undergraduate degree is a stepping stone to further education (such as M.A. or Ph.D) or you want to go right into the work force, our graduate are successful!
Before coming to TRU, I couldn’t even imagine how fast my life would change here. TRU gave
me all the opportunities I was looking for to unearth my true potential. I’ve met people from
various parts of the world, gained real-world work experience and most importantly, I have
learned more about myself. Being a part of the TRU community has been one of the most
meaningful and rewarding experiences in my life. One of the best things I did in my program
was my co-op. I put my learning into direct practice right away and that helped me secure a full
time position after I graduated.
Tatiana Fedotova, Events Co-ordinator
- Introduction to Psychology
- Development Psychology
- Introduction to Biological Psychology
- Drugs and Behaviour
- Analysis of Psychological Data
- Introduction to Research Methods in Psychology
- Introduction to Personality
- Introduction to Developmental Psychology: Childhood and Adolescence
- Introduction to Abnormal Psychology
- Introduction to Cognition
- Introduction to Social Psychology
- Introduction to Developmental Psychology: Adulthood and Aging
- Human Sexuality
Opportunities for students
A chance to learn, research and explore in a supportive environment!
The department organizes conference trips for keen students to attend world-renowned conferences held by organizations such the Association for Psychological Science (APS), the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA), and the Canadian Society for Brain, Behaviour and Cognition Studies (CSBBCS).
The Psychology lab (AE 107) is a friendly place open to all psychology students. It is equipped with computers, a printer, SPSS software for analyzing data, a large table, comfy chairs, and assistance from the Psychology lab technician, or the Psychology work study student. Free workshops are held throughout the year on various topics.