The mission of the Psychology Department at the University of Northern British Columbia is
"To develop and disseminate knowledge in psychology, emphasizing areas of relevance to the North, especially the understanding of human health, human development, and social well-being."
The research interests of our faculty vary considerably. Psychology at UNBC currently offers programs of study leading to the B.Sc., B.Sc.Hon., M.Sc., and Ph.D. degrees.

Please use our menu to the left to navigate through our web site:
  • Undergraduate Students and Graduate Students are the main resource hubs for everything an undergrad/grad student will need here: Psyc Club, Academic Advising, GRE info, Research Participation System, Financial Aid info, etc.
  • Faculty and Staff provides contact information, research interests, and laboratory websites for all our department members.
  • Recent Events is an archive of past newsletters, and photos from past events (PsycOut, conferences, etc.) and convocations.
  • Links is an assortment of useful psychology-related links around the web.
For all important news announcements and the schedule of upcoming Psychology events, please see the tabs to the left.
(All other menu items will take you to the general UNBC website, away from the Psyc Department.)

Please see the Events tab to the left for the ongoing schedule of the colloquium series.

Psychology is the study of behaviour and mental processes. It focuses on identification of fundamental mechanisms and processes that regulate the behaviour and mental processes of organisms. The goal of the undergraduate Psychology program at the University of Northern British Columbia is to provide students with advanced knowledge in the substantive areas of psychology, emphasizing areas of particular need and relevance to psychological research directed at applied issues and human development. In addition, the program will provide training adequate to ensure students' competitiveness for advanced graduate study in Psychology. The total for the B.Sc. in Psychology is 122 credit hours. Note that Honours applications are due on the last day of exams of each term. 

Honours Application Form
Honours Information Session Slides (2013)
Declaration of Major Form (main UNBC web site)
UNBC Campus - Research Buildings