This is an 8-credit capstone course where students will complete a piece of scholarly work over two semesters that contributes substantially to the knowledge and/or application of the discipline. In addition, students are expected to defend their work in front of peers and members of their thesis committee. Students must seek out an instructor in the department and work out a concrete plan with the instructor before first week of the course. Students should read the guidelines for PSY 4098 and PSY 4099 here.
Prerequisites: Completed 12 psychology courses; only for fourth-year students with at least 3.0 GPA, or with consent of a prospective advisor; PSY 4098 Honours Research Seminar; subject to mutual interest between student and faculty