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The Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at Booth University College provides the skills needed for a wide range of human service positions.
It is unlike any other psychology degree program offered in Canada because it addresses practical social, cultural and diversity issues that prepare students for today’s increasingly multicultural workplaces.
An added emphasis on ethics makes students valuable contributors to diverse environments. Psychology is the study of the mind and behaviour. It is the study of people: how they think, react and interact.
You’ll develop critical thinking and sound analytical skills; effective communication, interpersonal active-listening and intercultural communication skills; and self-understanding.
This program meets North American standards for undergraduate education according to the American Psychological Association and Canadian Psychological Association.
It also offers students the opportunity to specialize in applied psychology, which involves a series of courses focussing on applying theory through community-based service and experience.
Your Booth University College experience can also include the opportunity to add in an educational travel experience to enhance your studies.
In addition to the Institutional Learning Outcomes, the Bachelor of Arts in Psychology program seeks to develop the following intellectual abilities and skills in its students:
Additionally, the Bachelor of Arts in the Psychology program at Booth University College seeks to realize the following distinctive learning outcomes:
|Cost of living
|1 bed room
|Must include 65% or higher in one of Math, MAT100 (Booth UC) or approved equivalent by the end of 1st term)
|Must include English Language Arts
Maximum of 2 courses from Arts, Language
Remaining courses from the following: Business, Math, Science, Social Science and Humanities
|Minimum Average in required 5
Applicants from outside of Manitoba must meet equivalent requirements.
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