Bachelor of Arts (General) in Child Psychology

University Windsor
Windsor, Ontario, Canada
Bachelor's Degree
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3 years
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Entry Requirements

  • All marksheets/transcripts from your last 4 years of high school and any university or college study that you have completed
  • Proof of English language proficiency
  • Applicants whose native language is not English must demonstrate proficiency in English to be considered for admission. This can be demonstrated in the following ways:
    • A minimum score of 6.5 on the International English Language Testing System (IELTS); or
    • A minimum score of 60 on the Carleton University’s Canadian Academic English Language Assessment (CAEL); or
    • Successful completion of the University of Windsor's English Language Improvement Program (ELIP) (level III) with a minimum final grade of 75%; or
    • A minimum score of 85 on the English Proficiency Test administered by the English Language Institute of the University of Michigan (MELAB); or
    • A minimum score of 220 with a T.W.E. 4.5 on the Computer-based Test, 83 with an essay score of 20 on the Internet-based Test of English as a Foreign Language (T.O.E.F.L.)


  • Positive Psychology
  • Introduction to Psychology as a Behavioural Science
  • Introduction to Psychology as a Social Science
  • Introduction to Adjustment and Personality
  • Developmental Psychology: The Child
  • Developmental Psychology: Adolescence
  • Developmental Psychology: Adulthood and Aging
  • Abnormal Psychology
  • Social Science Research Methods
  • Introduction to Social Psychology
  • Psychology of Sex and Gender
  • Introduction to the Brain and Human Behaviour
  • Advanced Statistics
  • Tests and Measurement
  • Child Psychopathology
  • Developmental Disabilities
  • Educational Psychology
  • Psychological Perspectives on Parenting
  • Personality Theory and Research
  • Conducting Research in Psychology
  • Introduction to Clinical Psychology

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