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The Bachelor of Applied Psychology – Honours degree is an excellent option if you are interested in pursuing graduate work in psychology or another discipline later on. The honours degree concentrates more on Psychology coursework, and the honours thesis gives you the opportunity to develop and carry out supervised, independent research. An applied specialization is also required for the honours degree.
For information about admission requirements, courses, intake dates and more, visit the Program and Course Catalogue.
For up-to-date checklists, forms and announcements check the Psychology student communication centre in Blackboard. Once there, you can enrol yourself to that forum to receive email announcements if you wish.
Bachelor of Arts in Applied Psychology - Honours checklist
Applied Psychology student Iloradanon Efimoff is studying the effect of caffeine on young adults.