Combined Bachelor of Community Rehabilitation with BA/BSc Psychology
This is a five-year experiential program. Examine the economic, social, and political forces that serve to marginalize people.
Put your education to work
Study how people think, feel, and behave. Use your knowledge to solve real-world problems. Learn how to form alliances that promote full participation in community.
You may be interested in this program if you wish to work in community organizations but may not yet received practical experience.
You'll receive a solid background in psychology as well as supervised community practice. Access contact with over 250 community service agencies. This is an entry-level professional degree for rehabilitation practitioners.
- Combined Bachelor Community Rehabilitation/BA or BSc Psychology
Combined BCR/BA or BSc
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Skills to set you on the path to success
Where will you go with your training? A psychology degree will ground you in skills and knowledge that will open up your world. Find out what you'll learn.
Explore the comprehensive Program Learning Outcomes.
Understand the science of psychology
Key concepts and approaches
Biological, psychological, and social bases of behaviour and thought processes
Historical trends and recent advances
- Cultural origins and boundaries of psychological science
Learn problem solving
- Think critically
- Use relevant sources of scientific knowledge
- Contribute to knowledge and problem solving
Work with data
- Understand research methods
- Create and carry out your own research questions
- Analyze and communicate
Develop communication skills
Write for scientific and non-scientific audiences
Explain concepts and ideas
Contribute to groups
Work with information and research
Find and interpret sources
Assess relevance and validity
Read, analyze and communicate
Understand and apply ethics in a diverse world
Identify action and policy issues
- Social justice and social change
Recognize different perspectives that apply to ethical dilemmas
Apply knowledge and skills
Generate solutions using principles
Understand the practical uses of psychological concepts and methods
Transfer learning to new situations
Understand and support diversity
- Recognize one’s biases
Describe cultural differences
- Seek out diverse voices and ways of knowing
Riley Brandt, UCalgary