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Scholarships

There are several sources of funding available to all KPU students via the KPU Foundation office. Also check for funding available through the Student Educational Enhancement Fund.

There are also research awards available to all KPU students via the Office of Research and Scholarship.

Within Psychology, there are two types of awards available to Psychology majors. Students do not have to apply for these awards. Instead, the Psychology department nominates students to receive the awards.

(1) KPU Endowed Psychology Scholarships

Five (5) annual awards (one per student):

  • $1,000.00 to the Psychology Honours Student with the highest GPA;
  • $1,000.00 to the student with the highest GPA, who has declared as a Psychology major, and who has a minimum of 91 credits;
  • $1,000.00 to the student with the highest GPA, who has declared as a Psychology major, and who has between 60-90 credits;
  • $1,000.00 to the student with a minimum GPA of 2.0, who has declared as a Psychology major, and who has the greatest service to the Department of Psychology;
  • $1,000.00 to the student who has declared as a Psychology major, with the greatest financial need, as determined by SAFA.

(2) CPA Honours Thesis Award. The Psychology department nominates up to three Honours students each June to receive a certificate of excellence from the Canadian Psychological Association.

Psychology Student Award Recipients

Dianne Crisp and Wiktor Tutlewski Psychology Scholarship     

2019

  • Kylie Viala

Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) Certificate of Academic Excellence 

2019

  • Zachariah Hamzagic
  • Devinder Khera
  • Connor Mitchell

2018

  • Angela Giesbrecht
  • Chaufa Nguyen
  • Katrina Walton

2017

  • Michelle Hunsche 
  • Amanda Tabert

2016

  • Dylan Davidson
  • Andrew Huebert
  • Andrew Jacquard

2015

  • Eric Mah
  • Katheryn E. Morrison

KPU Endowed Psychology Scholarships 

2019

  • Chiara Casellato
  • Karen Caspian
  • Brett Davidson
  • Amanda Dumoulin
  • Jacqueline Lingbaoan

2018

  • Jaime Christiaanse
  • Amanda Dumoulin
  • Zachariah Hamzagic
  • Andrea Mah
  • Martin Montfort
  • Jeremy Shea

2017

  • Corey Callies
  • Candace Craigen
  • Angela Giesbrecht
  • Shelby Hughes
  • Maryam Malick

2016

  • Jaime Christiaanse
  • Daniel Derksen
  • Shelby Hughes
  • Michelle Hunsche
  • Rachel Letwin

2015

  • Andrew Huebert
  • Amanda Paananen

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Honours Option:

Students interested in further study and graduate school can augment their knowledge and skills by taking an honours option. This involves taking two six credit courses -  PSYC 5000 (Honours Thesis I) and PSYC 5010 (Honours Thesis II), which can be completed within the credits required for your psychology degree.


The deadline for the Honours Program for Fall 2019 is Friday, March 1, 2019.

 

General Info

Psychology Courses:

You can find the latest information on Psychology courses here: http://www.kpu.ca/arts/psychology/courses

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Psychology Degree Information
 

The following degrees in psychology are offered in KPU:

Bachelor of Arts, Major in Psychology
Bachelor of Applied Arts, Major in Psychology
Bachelor of Science, Major in Applied Psychology


If you would like more information about these degrees, please visit: kpu.ca/arts/psychology/psychology-programs


Last Updated: August 30, 2017