The Psychology department has a dedicated faculty with diverse backgrounds and scholarly interests. We take pride in quality teaching and commitment to student success. 

We offer a diverse program of first- and second-year psychology courses in traditional, mixed-mode, and online formats that cover a variety of topics and transfer directly to universities in British Columbia. We also offer additional opportunities for extending your educational experience. Some students work with faculty on research projects via the student work assistance program or faculty research grants. We also regularly award a scholarship, the Psychology 2320 Research Paper Scholarship (Allen Cup), and the Norm Carsley Memorial Bursary.

We are a dynamic department of twenty faculty members and three instructional assistants with a variety of backgrounds in research methods, industrial/organizational psychology, clinical psychology, abnormal psychology, counselling psychology, developmental psychology, social psychology, cognitive psychology, exercise and sport psychology, health psychology, and biopsychology. Faculty remain current in their areas of specialty, hold memberships to various scholarly and professional organizations, and publish their work in professional psychology journals as well as at local, national, and international conferences. 

To learn more about our department members, click here.

For a comprehensive list of our course offerings click here.

For information about our Associate of Arts in Psychology Program, click here.

To learn more about University Transfer opportunities, click here.

We value the opportunity to get to know our students well and are proud of our success in mentoring students toward their educational goals. We look forward to meeting you in the classroom!