Overview

Psychology is a Bachelor of Arts degree within the Psychology Department. It is offered as a major and as a minor.

Ever wonder why you do what you do—and what you can do to improve? Psychology at Redeemer is the study of the whole person created in the image of God through all the “horizontal” dimensions of humanness—biological, perceptual, emotional, cognitive, linguistic, social, cultural, economic, aesthetic, and more. Explore the crucial “vertical” dimension of psychological functioning, the domain of worship and ultimate valuing, all in the context of pursuing a living relationship with the living God.

Begin to explore what your four years in this program might look like.

FEATURED COURSES

EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES

Participate in a one-term internship, gaining experience in applied or research psychology. An internship can assist you in making career decisions and in preparing for post-graduate educational and employment opportunities.

EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES

Our psychology lab is a research hub for faculty, where students often assist in current research projects.

EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES

A few times each year, the department organizes a one-hour presentation on a current topic in psychology. Guest speakers, faculty, or senior students lead the presentation, and all psychology students are invited to attend.

MEET THE FACULTY

faculty
Dr. Russell Kosits Professor of Psychology
faculty
Dr. Doug Needham Professor of Psychology

STUDENT STORY

Miranda Van Rooyen
Art student ‘17

STUDENT STORY

Miranda Van Rooyen
Art student ‘17

" Miranda did an internship with RE-create, an open arts student for street-involved youth in downtown Hamilton. She says, “Making art with the youth [at RE-create] allowed me to get to know each person in unanticipated ways. My internship helped me understand the importance of art and psychology in a way that I wouldn’t have been able to know by just being in a classroom. Art can be used as part of a self-healing process, whether a person considers themselves to be an artist or not.” You can find Miranda’s full story on Resound. "

CAREERS

  • Art Therapist
  • Child Protection Worker
  • Children’s Aid Society
  • Employment Counsellor
  • School teacher
  • Support Worker

GRADUATE PROGRAMS

  • BSW
  • MA in Art Therapy
  • MA in Gender and Peacebuilding
  • PsyD

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