WELCOME TO PSYCHOLOGY AT GRENFELL CAMPUS
Psychology is the study of the mind and the study of human and animal behaviour. Are personality, abnormal behaviour and intelligence affected by genetics or the environment? Why do some people hate and others nurture? Can the unconscious mind influence behaviour?
Studying psychology at Grenfell Campus will give you skills and knowledge with lifelong relevance, particularly in the workplace: critical thinking, problem-solving and analytic abilities, effective writing and speaking skills.
Whether you pursue a bachelor of arts or science, your degree in psychology can lead to a variety of careers, such as lab instructor, police officer, employment training counsellor, group home director, social worker, speech therapist, or physician.
Grenfell’s psychology programs also provide excellent preparation for graduate studies at the Masters and PhD levels in experimental, clinical, and applied psychology.
WHY STUDY PSYCHOLOGY AT GRENFELL CAMPUS?
|I first attended Grenfell with the intention of later transferring to the St. John’s Campus but Grenfell’s psychology program persuaded me to stay. Psychology at Grenfell offers a close-knit, supportive...
||I graduated from Grenfell Campus in 2007 with a B.Sc. in Psychology. I then completed a fast track Bachelor of Nursing in 2010. I thoroughly enjoyed my time at the west coast campuses of MUN. The small class sizes...
||I began my university experience close to home by attending the Grenfell Campus of Memorial University of Newfoundland. Grenfell offered the perfect blend of small class sizes and dedicated professors... |