Psychology

Student Outcomes

Student Outcomes

Psychology department determined to achieve the following student outcomes for the undergraduate program:

✔ The ability to apply psychological theory, scientific method, and statistical knowledge to everyday problems.

✔ A thorough grounding in the fundamental theoretical and applied subdisciplines of Psychology,

✔ Experience of conceiving, designing, conducting and reporting original psychological research,

✔ The ability to reasonably critique hypotheses and evidence,

✔ Extensive experience in communicating complex scientific and psychological concepts, in English, both verbally and in writing,

✔ The ability to thoughtfully and respectfully debate controversial subjects, and formulate clear, consistent arguments,

✔ The motivation and initiative to complete large projects independently,

✔ An understanding of professional and research ethics,

✔ All the skills and knowledge they will require for graduate study and practice in Psychology.
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