Experiential learning is learning that involves applying theory and/or academic content to authentic experiences in the classroom, laboratory, or community. The Department of Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour offers experiential learning opportunities to students in all programs, work-integrated learning opportunities” (e.g., undergraduate TAships), extracurricular opportunities (e.g., clubs, societies, and volunteering), and course-based opportunities.
This page provides information on course-based experiential learning, that is, all of these opportunities are available to students for course credit.
- Research courses allow students to work under the supervision of a faculty member on an authentic research project.
- Peer mentoring courses allow senior students to build their mentorship and communication skills as they support students skills academically, professionally, and/or socially.
- Applied placements and internships allow students to explore career options and apply course concepts and theories to a professional experience.
To learn more about curricular and co-curricular activities available on campus, please visit the Experiential Learning Opportunities Resource on the Student Success Centre website.
Please visit the below links or click the down arrow next to the Experiential Opportunities menu item.