The Department of Behavioural Sciences is a multidisciplinary department that was formed out of a merging of the Units of Criminology, Psychology, Social Work, Sociology and Mediation.
Presently the Department offers Full-Time and Part-time courses at the Undergraduate and Postgraduate level consisting of the following options:
An undergraduate student must be formally registered in one of these categories:
· A SPECIAL comprises a minimum of forty-five (45) credits in the subject area over Levels II and III.
· A MAJOR is made up of a minimum of thirty (30) credits in the subject area over Levels II and III.
· A DOUBLE MAJOR comprises 30 credits each for each of the two majors. Students may also request to pursue a second Major from another Faculty. Students cannot read for Psychology as a second major. Students wishing to pursue double majors must apply in writing to The Assistant Registrar, Student Affairs, Admissions.
· A MAJOR / MINOR comprises a minimum of thirty (30) Level II and III credits in the subject area of the major and fifteen (15) Level II and III credits in the subject area of the minor.