Department of Psychology

The Department of Psychology offers a range of undergraduate program options, in addition to a Master of Science in Applied Psychology and a Doctor of Philosophy in Industrial/Organizational Psychology. Undergraduate courses are open to students in all three faculties and are grouped into three broad categories:

  • Psychology as a natural science: brain and behaviour; biology, evolution, and behaviour, cognition.
  • Psychology as a social science: human development; social behaviour; and personality and psychopathology.
  • General psychology: statistics and research methods, history of psychology.

Our faculty and students are actively engaged in research, and psychology professors regularly involve undergraduate students in research activities. The Department also holds an annual psychology student conference where students have the opportunity to present their own research.


B.Sc. students are encouraged to visit the team at the Science Advising Centre on the third floor of the Atrium (301). All other students can visit the Undergraduate Advisor, Programs and Transfer located in McNally North 303.

Students with questions about higher-level advising issues such as enrolment in the Honours Program should contact our Undergraduate Program Coordinator Dr. David Bourgeois at 

Looking for an Override?

If you are looking for an override for a Psychology course, please fill out a request at this link: .

 Note that if there is no professor listed yet, your override request will not be processed until the teaching assignments are announced. 

Please note the following courses will not be accommodating additional students for the Winter 2019 semester:

PSYC 1210.2WW Mind and Brain CRN 23994 - Hebb

PSYC 3349.2WW Drugs and Behaviour CRN 25147 - Hebb

PSYC 3393.2WW Psychology of Leadership CRN 22939 - Downing



Main Office Hours

Regular Hours

9:00am - 4:00pm

Summer Hours

June 4 - September 4

9:00am - 3:30pm