Developmental psychology is concerned with both physical and psychological changes throughout life—from conception until death.
- Opportunities to participate in research projects and to apply classroom skills through involvement in community organizations
- Fourth-year students can apply to participate in the Developmental Psychology Practicum to review learning-based behaviour change strategies and apply them in community placements
Minimum Admission Average: 70%
Mean Admission Average: 80%
Ontario Secondary School graduates require six Grade 12 U or M courses, including Grade 12 U English.
Students may choose to double major in any BA Honours program.
Graduate or certificate programs leading to careers such as:
- Social work
- Child care
- Elder care
- Health care and community agencies
Developmental Psychology with Thesis:
Graduate study in psychology (MA and PhD degrees) leading to such careers as:
- Child psychologist in private practice or an organization
- Child psychology
- Psychology teaching (with additional studies)
- Research and practice in university
- Health and social services