The following worksheets are meant to be helpful as you plan your progress in the program. Students follow the Faculty of Health Department of Psychology degree requirements as of the year they enter the program. Please be sure to select the correct Degree Worksheet.
Students are responsible for following up with academic advising if they are unclear about what courses they need to take in order to complete their program requirements. If there is a discrepancy between what the degree progress report indicates and what you think you have accomplished, please follow up with an academic advisor.
Students who began their program prior to 2009 have a different set of general education requirements and should pick up a worksheet from the undergraduate office room 291/292 BSB.
Which worksheet should I use?
Please note that the following students will complete the new (in Fall 2017 or later) degree requirements:
- Students who began their studies at York University in the Fall of 2017 or later.
- Students who were previously in another Faculty (NOT in the Faculty of Health) at York University and became a Psychology major or minor in the Fall of 2017 or later. This includes students who are double-majors and who switched to the Faculty of Health as their first major.
- Students who change their degree type (i.e., Bachelor of Arts to Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Science to Bachelor of Arts) for the Fall of 2017 or later.
- Students who entered into the Specialized Honours program in Psychology and who plan to complete their thesis in the 2018-2019 academic year or later.
- Students who will graduate after the Winter 2021 term. Please note that the degree progress report will not reflect the new degree requirements.
Worksheets for students who entered in Fall 2017 or later
These new worksheets are being created and will be posted as soon as they are available. For now, please check the current academic calendar, your Degree Progress Report, or sign up for an advising appointment in order to review your degree requirements.
Worksheets for students who entered prior to Fall 2017
Please note that regardless of your year of entry, if you anticipate graduating after the winter of 2021, you should plan to follow the new degree requirements. If you have questions, please contact OSAS or the Department of Psychology for advising.