Applied Psychology (Bachelor of Arts)

Applied Psychology (Bachelor of Arts)

Bachelor degree
48 months
Application deadlines: May 31, September 30, January 30
Processing time: 30 days
Application fee: CA$100
Intakes: Fall, Winter, Summer
International tuition: CA$7,356

Program overview

In addition to the general program, students will choose a 15 credit specialization in one of six areas where psychology is typically applied: Pre-counselling; Psychosocial Rehabilitation; Disability and Applied Behaviour Analysis; Forensic/Criminology; Applied Theory and Research; Leadership and Management.

Study options

Study options
This program can be done
On campus



  • PTE
Program requirements: Admission to the Bachelor of Arts in Applied Psychology will occur after the completion of 60 credits. Students must have all of the following: a) a two year (60 credit) Associate of Arts or Science degree with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0. b) Completion of the following courses (or their appropriate equivalent) with a mininmum grade of C- in each: PSYC 1100 (Introduction to Psychology I); PSYC 1200 (Introduction to Psychology II); c) Completion of the following courses (or their appropriate equivalent) with a minimum grade of C (60%): PSYC 2300 Data Analysis in Psychology; PSYC 2301 Research Methods in Psychology, And two of: PSYC 2315 (Biological Psychology), or PSYC 2341 (Abnormal Psychology), or PSYC 2360 (Cognitive Psychology). Programs needed to enter this program:; General requirements: All applicants for admission to the College must satisfy at least ONE of the following criteria: BC secondary school graduation (or the equivalent in another school system); One course short of BC secondary school graduation; 19 years old by the end of the first month of the first semester of attendance; 17 years old on the first day of the first semester of attendance and has not been in school for at least one year; Completion of a certificate or equivalent from a special needs program and has been in school for 12 years. English Proficiency Requirement. All applicants to the College must demonstrate proficiency in English by providing proof of ONE of the following: Douglas College English Assessment; LPI - minimum essay score 4; TOEFL iBT - minimum score 83; IELTS - minimum overall band test score 6.5 (academic module only); EIKEN Practical English - minimum placement of Grade 1; CAEL - minimum overall and essay score of 60 (computer or paper based); Cambridge English CAE- minimum score 75 or "B"; Cambridge English CPE - minimum score 60 or "C"; Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) Level 8 in each of Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing; Pearson Test of English (PTE) Academic - minimum score of 56. Language School Pathway Options: Completion of the Advanced Level of the University Preparation program at EC English Language Centers (ECAD); Completion of Level A2 of the University Pathway program at Int’l Language School of Canada (ILSC); Completion of Level 16 (Pathway 3.3) of the Academic pathway program at Int’l Language Academy of Canada (ILAC); Completion of highest level course ELS level 112 with ELS Language School; Completion of VGC International College Advanced University Preparation course level 7 with 75% or higher; Completion of Kaplan International Centres Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) Level C1. The full list of extra requirements is on the web-site. Note: Students who do not meet any of the above requirements may apply for admission as a "special student”. Students are urged to discuss their situation with the Registrar and/or a College counselor.

Campus location

New Westminster , Canada

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