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PSYC391

Academic Competencies in Psychology

Psychology AR - Faculty of Arts

Subject

PSYC - Psychology

Description

Students acquire personal and academic competencies to support program success including effective communication, critical thinking, information literacy, and techniques to set realistic goals.

Prerequisite(s): Psychology 200, 201 and admission to the Psychology major or Honours program.

Corequisite(s): Psychology 300.

NOT INCLUDED IN GPA

Course Attributes

Fee Rate Group(Domestic) - A, Fee Rate Group(International) -A, GFC Hours (1.5-0)

Courses may consist of a Lecture, Lab, Tutorial, and/or Seminar. Students will be required to register in each component that is required for the course as indicated in the schedule of classes. Practicums, internships or other experiential learning modalities are typically indicated as a Lab component.

Component

LEC

Units

1.5

Repeat for Credit

No

Subject code

PSYC

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