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Undergraduate students

All new undergraduate students are required to attend a Department of Psychology new-student orientation. This provides you with key information to successfully navigate your program, and complements other orientations offered at Concordia. Orientation sessions are offered throughout the summer prior to your first semester, and again in December for winter entry. To register for a Psychology orientation session, call 514-848-2424 x2222 or e-mail us at psychology.py.reception@concordia.ca .

Returning students (who have completed their first year) are invited to a Department of Psychology returning student orientation offered in February/March of each year. Ensure that you are on-track with your program, and get information about how your program choices affect your next career steps after graduation. Drop by the Psychology Office (PY-146) to sign-up.

At any time, undergraduate students in the Department of Psychology can monitor their academic progress, make appointments with an academic advisor, get information about graduate school, and find out about career options in Psychology.



Information about Graduate School

Dave Mumby, a faculty member in the Psychology department at Concordia, has written an excellent book entitled Graduate School : Winning Strategies for Getting in.

The book provides extensive treatment of the process of applying to graduate school and we recommend it highly. It is available at Amazon.com, the Concordia Stores and the Concordia Library (call number LB 2371 M85 1997).

It is available in electronic downloadable format at mygraduateschool.com where a blog on the subject is available as well.


Career options

Getting advice about what you can do with a degree in Psychology.

Not sure what jobs are available for Psychology graduates?

Concordia University offers Career and Placement Services to its students. You may may visit their website or contact them directly.

Career and Placement Service
S-EN 109
(514) 848-2424 x7345 

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