Faculty: Faculty of Arts
Degree(s): Bachelor of Arts
Psychology is the science of human thought, behaviour and emotion. All that we think, feel and do is a possible topic for psychological study. Psychology applies its knowledge to human activity in order to improve lives and alleviate suffering.
Why Psychology at UNB?
At UNB, we offer a broad spectrum of research areas in psychology, including: human sexuality, depression, feminist perspectives, Autism, women’s studies, internet and gambling addictions, gender and laterality, pain assessment and management, infant and adolescent development, cultural psychology, self-concept and identity, bilingualism and cognitive neuroscience.
- Experiential learning through in-class exercises and small group tutorials
- Conduct and analyze innovative experiments in the department research lab
- Volunteer with community organizations, such as the 24-hour CHIMO helpline.
Skills you will acquire:
- Quantitative and qualitative research skills
- Critical thinking
- Oral and Written Communication
- Laboratory experience
For more information, visit the Psychology Department's website.
For admission requirements, select "Arts" in our admission requirements tool.
PSYC 3043: Human Sexuality
PSYC 3213: Language Development
PSYC 3373: Child and Adolescent Psychopathology
PSYC 3743: Drugs and Behaviour
PSYC 3353: Adult Abnormal Psychology
PSYC 3313: Psychological Testing
PSYC 3633: Motivation and Emotion
- Psychologist (requires additional education)
- Social worker (require additional education)
- Human Resources Coordinator