First Year Seminars in Psychology
First-year seminar (FYSM) courses are capped at 30 students and provide an opportunity for you to discuss and research topics of interest in a core subject area.
The seminars are designed to assist you in acquiring and refining the skills that are necessary for success, while also helping to smooth the transition to university life.
FYSMs are available to all incoming 1st-year BA, Bachelor of Cognitive Science, and Bachelor of Global and International Studies students. Note that you can only take one credit in FYSM courses.
For more information, please head to Carleton’s FYSM page. For details on Psychology-themed FYSMs, please see below.
|FYSM 1310 B: Psychology of Violence||Fall-Winter||Bezo, Brent|
|FYSM 1310 D: Health and Well-Being||Fall-Winter||Burns, Rachel|
|FYSM 1310 E: Close Relationships||Fall-Winter||Harasymchuk, Cheryl|
|FYSM 1310 F: Emerging Adulthood and Beyond||Fall-Winter||Menard, Lisa|
|FYSM 1310 G: Psychology and Success||Fall-Winter||Bowker, Anne and Sorley, Matt|
|FYSM 1310 H: Psychological Disorders and Mental Health||Fall-Winter||Waddington Lamont, Elaine|
|FYSM 1310 J: Creativity, Play, and Imagination in the Workplace||Fall-Winter||Blouin-Hudon, Eve-Marie|
|FYSM 1400 A: Cognition: A Scientific Exploration of the Mind||Fall-Winter||Verger, Dean|
|FYSM 1508 A: Stress, Coping & Well-Being||Fall-Winter||Guler-Edwards, Ayca|
|FYSM 1508 B: Stress, Coping & Well-Being||Fall-Winter||Guler-Edwards, Ayca|
Every effort is made to ensure accuracy.
However, the course list and information that appears on the individual course pages (e.g., designated instructor, evaluation criteria and instructor statements) are subject to change. Updates will be posted as necessary. Please keep this in mind when making registration decisions.