This programme is designed to offer an examination of the distinctive socio-cultural make-up of this society and of the relevance of psychological issues to the local context. Particular attention is paid to current social issues and to training in areas such as conflict intervention and resolution.
Five (5) CSEC (CXC)/GCE O’Level subjects, inclusive of English A and mathematics, Grades 1,2,3* or A,B,C.
*Grade 3 accepted if attained in June 1998 or beyond
Applicants who possess CAPE or A’Level qualiﬁcations may be considered for advanced standing (the award of credits towards your degree programme).
4 Years (FT)
5-6 Years (PT)
SEPTEMBER OR JANUARY
COURSES IN THE MAJOR CORE CURRICULUM COURSES
|CODE||COURSE TITLE||CR.||CODE||COURSE TITLE||CR.|
|PSYC 103||Understanding Human Behaviour and Diversity||3||ENTRP 210||Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship||3|
|PSYC 122||Foundations of Psychology||3||WRIT 117||Fundamentals of Writing||3|
|PSYC 205||Social Psychology||3||COMM 118||Communication in the Workplace||3|
|PSYC 212||Life Span Development||3||ECON 110||Introduction to General Economics||3|
|PSYC 220||Applied Psychology||3||ENGL 200||Comparative Literature||3|
|PSYC 230||Research Methods in Psychology||3||HIST 210||History of Trinidad and Tobago||3|
|PSYC 233||Psychology Seminar I-Special Topics in Psychology||3||LIBS 130||Fundamental Research Skills||3|
|PSYC 261||Psychology of Adjustment||3||MATH 116||Contemporary College Math||3|
|PSYC 325||Human Development||3||SOCI 102||Introduction to the Study of Society||3|
|PSYC 350||Culture, Diversity and Behaviour||3||STAT 120||Fundamentals of Statistics||3|
|PSYC 360||Theories of Individual Differences||3||Total Core Curriculum Courses||30|
|PSYC 370||Theories of Learning||3||SUPPORT COURSES|
|PSYC 410||History of Psychology||3||ANTH 250||Caribbean Anthropology||3|
|PSYC 425||Research Designs and Analysis||3||BIOL 109||Introduction to Human Biology||3|
|PSYC 433||Psychology Seminar II- Field Experience||3||STAT 121||Introduction to Inferential Statistics||3|
|PSYC 462||Physiology of Behaviour||3||SOCI 250||Exploring Caribbean Social Problems||3|
|PSYC 468||Cognitive Psychology||3||Total Support Course Credits||12|
|PSYC 480||Experimental Psychology||3||ELECTIVE COURSES|
|PSYC 499||Senior Thesis – Psychology||3||Any three (3) courses offered by the College||9|
|Total Credits for Required Courses in the Major||57||Total Elective Credits||9|
|GUIDED ELECTIVE COURSES IN THE MAJOR|
|PSYC 243||Human Sexuality||3|
|PSYC 257||Family Dynamics||3|
|PSYC 340||Psychology of Health and Illness||3|
|PSYC 365||Group Dynamic||3|
|PSYC 430||Foundations of Psychopathology||3|
|PSYC 435||Counselling Psychology||3|
|PSYC 437||Forensic Psychology||3|
|PSYC 440||Clinical Psychology||3|
|PSYC 445||Applied Educational Psychology||3|
|PSYC 448||Industrial and Organizational Psychology||3|
|PSYC 457||Psychology of Work||3|
|SOBE 135||Understanding communication, culture and Conflict||3|
|SOBE 207||Basic Counselling Skills||3|
|SOBE 218||Contemporary Family Issues||3|
|SOBE 247||Introduction to Addiction Studies||3|
|SOBE 335||Introduction to Conflict Resolution||3|
|SOBE 375||Introduction to Career Guidance||3|
|SOBE 384||Human Behaviour in the Social Environment||3|
|SOBE 420||Theories of Guidance and Counselling||3|
|SOCI 215||Introduction to Gender Studies||3|
|Total Credits in Major Area of Study||69|
The table below provides a summary of fees payable to the College. Only nationals of Trinidad and Tobago are eligible to receive government’s GATE funding for tuition expenses listed hereunder.
Included in the college fees, is basic insurance coverage for accident and injury. However, CARICOM and international students are also required to secure additional insurance to cover medical expenses.
All students of COSTAATT are required to pay an annual insurance fee of $30.00. Completed student insurance forms must be submitted to the College at the beginning of the first semester in which students register for the academic year. Coverage is restricted to students who are between ages 16 to 65.
The College accepts the following methods of payment:
Institutional fees are non-refundable. Students who officially withdraw from the College may be eligible for a refund of tuition fees in accordance with the schedule outlined in the Academic Calendar. Please note that students in receipt of GATE funding are not eligible for tuition refunds.
The Government Assistance for Tuition Expenses (GATE)
The Government Assistance for Tuition Expenses programme (GATE) provides free tuition to all eligible citizens of Trinidad and Tobago pursuing approved programmes at public and private tertiary level institutions. Information on eligibility and conditions for accessing GATE funding is available at the Ministry of Education website at: www.moe.gov.tt
Students must note that GATE funding is available for the duration of their course of study and one year beyond. Students who fail to complete their programme within the stipulated time frame will be required to meet the cost of programme completion.
The Government Assistance for Tuition Expenses (GATE) programme is a one hundred per cent, tuition fee funding programme offered by the Government of Trinidad and Tobago. Only nationals of Trinidad and Tobago are eligible to apply, and students must be registered in a course of study leading to a tertiary level qualification.
The vast majority of the College’s programmes are eligible for GATE.
Higher Education Loan Programme (HELP)
The Higher Education Loan Programme (HELP) is a special loan facility made available to citizens of Trinidad and Tobago who are enrolled in an approved tertiary level programme at a registered tertiary institution to meet the following expenses:
Payment plans are available, please contact the Office of the Registrar for further details: email@example.com
To be awarded the Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology, students must successfully complete 120 credits with a minimum GPA of 2.0 according to the following distribution:
|Required courses in the major area of study||57 credits|
|Guided elective courses in major area of study||12 credits|
|Total courses in major area of study||69 credits|
|Core curriculum courses||30 credits|
|Support courses||12 credits|
|Elective courses||9 credits|
|Total Credits Required for Graduation||120 credits|
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