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Child Psychology

  • Three-year program focused on child and adolescent development
  • Well-suited for students interested in working with children and adolescents or pursuing additional degrees or certificate programs
  • Beneficial to those who want a child-focused major for a BA degree
  • Emphasizes different developmental periods and aspects of both typical and atypical development
  • Provides opportunities to participate in research projects and apply classroom skills through involvement in community organizations

Course Descriptions - Psychology


 

Minimum Admissions Average: 
70%
Degree: 
Bachelor of Arts (General) in Child Psychology
Mean Admissions Average: 
80%
Requirements: 
  • ENG4U required
Career Tracks: 
  • Developmental services
  • Child and youth work
  • Educational assistance
  • Education (with additional studies)
  • In-home support work for children with special needs
  • After-school program co-ordination