Welcome to Carleton Psychology Online

Are you interested in why people think, feel, and behave the way they do? If so, you’re interested in the science of psychology.

In our Psychology courses, a focus is placed on recent research and the application of psychological principles to everyday situations. At Carleton, you can experience many of these courses in a variety of online formats, each emphasizing the opportunity to learn anytime, anywhere:

Open Access (through e-carleton) offers you a chance to sample the course content without having to pay tuition fees or complete exams.

Course Course Type Start Date End Date Instructor
PSYC 1001: Introduction to Psychology I – Open Access MOOC Flexible Flexible Bruce Tsuji
PSYC 1002: Introduction to Psychology I – Open Access MOOC Flexible Flexible Bruce Tsuji

Introduction to Psychology is offered in a variety of additional formats and our students select the approach that best suits how they learn.

For more information on these formats plus a consideration of the major topics of PSYC 1001 and PSYC 1002, head to our Introduction to Psychology page.

Flex Term provides you an opportunity to capitalize on your learning in Open Access, earn university credit, and do so at a time of your choosing.

Course Course Type Start Date End Date Instructor
PSYC 1001 Flex Term: Introduction to Psychology I Flex Term Fall 2017 Flexible Bruce   Tsuji
PSYC 1002 Flex Term: Introduction to Psychology II Flex Term Fall 2017 Flexible Bruce   Tsuji
PSYC 1001 Flex Term: Introduction to Psychology II Flex Term Winter 2018 Flexible Bruce   Tsuji
PSYC 1002 Flex Term: Introduction to Psychology II Flex Term Winter 2018 Flexible Bruce   Tsuji

Note:  Flex Term courses are only available to those with Special Student status and cannot be accessed by Carleton degree students.

However, Carleton degree students are welcome to register in Web Course PSYC 1001 or 1002 section R. Please refer to the Flex Term website for details surrounding entry dates and corresponding sections.

 Web Courses These totally online courses have no physical classrooms or required meeting times. Proceed through the course at your own pace and experience maximum flexibility in terms of scheduling course tasks around your other commitments.

Course Course Type Term Instructor
PSYC 1001 R: Introduction to Psychology I Web Fall Bruce Tsuji
PSYC 1002 R: Introduction to Psychology II Web Fall Bruce Tsuji
PSYC 1001 R: Introduction to Psychology I Web Winter Bruce Tsuji
PSYC 1002 R: Introduction to Psychology II Web Winter Bruce Tsuji
PSYC 2400 R: Forensic Psychology Web Fall Adelle Forth
PSYC 2801 R: Organizational Psychology I Web Winter Bernadette Campbell
PSYC 3301 R: Sport and Performance Psychology Web Fall Matthew Sorley
PSYC 3301 R: Sport and Performance Psychology Web Winter Matthew Sorley
PSYC 3402 R: Criminal Behaviour Web Fall Craig Bennell
PSYC 3402 R: Criminal Behaviour Web Winter Shelley Brown
PSYC 4001 R: Climate Change and Child Health Web Winter Stefania Maggi

CUOL These sections involve recordings of traditional lectures and are appropriate for those requiring flexibility in terms of accessing lectures, but prefer the structure that comes along with a course organized into a series of “weeks,” culminating in formally-scheduled exams.

Course Course Type Term Instructor
PSYC 2001 T: Intro to Res Meth in Psych CUOL Fall Deanna Whelan
PSYC 2002 V: Intro to Statistics in Psych CUOL Winter John Logan
PSYC 2100 T: Social Psychology CUOL Fall Jordan Schoenherr
PSYC 2100 V: Social Psychology CUOL Winter  Jordan Schoenherr
PSYC 2301 T: Introduction to Health Psych CUOL Fall Jennifer Thake
PSYC 2307 T: Human Neuropsychology I CUOL Fall Brian Tansley
PSYC 2500 T: Developmental Psychology CUOL Fall Monique Senechal
PSYC 2600 V: Personality CUOL Winter  Lorena Ruci
PSYC 2700 V: Cognitive Psychology CUOL Winter  Chris Herdman
PSYC 3403 T: Addiction CUOL Fall  Tarry Ahuja
PSYC 3604 V: Abnormal Psychology CUOL Winter  Brenda Baird
PSYC 3702 V: Perception CUOL Fall Brian Tansley

Recent Innovations in Psychology Online Learning

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Newsletter about the creation of the Psychology Online Courses