*Please Note:  The Flexible Pre-Major Program has been discontinued and will no longer be updated.  The agreements listed below are for historical reference only and should not be considered a guaranteed pathway.  To view current course articulations, please go the Course Search.

The Psychology Flexible Pre-Major consists of the following courses (usually totaling 18 lower-level credits):

  • Introduction to Psychology I
  • Introduction to Psychology II
  • Research Methods / Thinking Clearly about Psychology
  • Statistics / Data Analysis
  • And any 2 of the following courses:
    • Biopsychology
    • Cognition
    • Developmental Psychology
    • Abnormal Psychology
    • Social Psychology
    • History of Psychology / Conceptual Foundations

Students are advised that completion of the Psychology Flexible Pre-Major does not guarantee acceptance into Bachelor of Arts degree programs with a Psychology major. Acceptance depends on students obtaining a competitive GPA and/or meeting any other admission requirements specified by the receiving institution.

The complete report on the Psychology Flexible Pre-Major program is available here.

Courses Applicable to the Psychology Flexible Pre-Major at Participating Post-Secondary Institutions

Note: At the time of writing, transfer credit agreements have not been established between all institutions and all courses in this table. Students considering completing the Psychology Flexible Pre-Major for transfer purposes are strongly advised to check the BC Transfer Guide, or consult with an academic advisor, to verify the transferability of specific courses between their institution and the institution they plan to transfer to.

  Intro to Psychology I Intro to Psychology II Research Methods/
Thinking Clearly about Psychology
Data Analysis
Bio-psychology Cognition Developmental Social Abnormal
ALEX Psyc 101 Psyc 102 Psyc 217 Psyc 218 Psyc 260 Psyc 241
CAPU Psyc 100a Psyc 101a Psyc 212 Psyc 213 Psyc 225 Psyc 230 Psyc 204 Psyc 200 Psyc 222 Psyc 203
CNC Psyc 101a Psyc 102a Psyc 202 Psyc 201 Psyc 209 Psyc 210 Psyc 205 Psyc 204 Psyc 207
COTR Psyc 101a Psyc 102a Psyc 280 Psyc 203 Psyc 207 Psyc 240
DOUG Psyc 1100a Psyc 1200a Psyc 2301 Psyc 2300 Psyc 2315 Psyc 2360 Psyc 3320 Psyc 3330 Psyc 2341 Psyc 3308
LANG Psyc 1115 Psyc 1215 Psyc 2320 Psyc 2321 Psyc 2331 Psyc 2341 Psyc 2324 Psyc 2322 Psyc 2326 Psyc 2413
OC Psyc 111a Psyc 121a     Psyc 230 Psyc 219 Psyc 214 Psyc 252 Psyc 242
SELK Psyc 100a,b Psyc 101a,b Psyc 202 Psyc 200 Psyc 240
SFU Psyc 100 Psyc 102 Psyc 201 Psyc 210 Psyc 280 Psyc 221 Psyc 250 Psyc 260 Psyc 241
TRU Psyc 1110 Psyc 1210 Psyc 2110 Psyc 2100 Psyc 2040 Psyc 2210 Psyc 2130 Psyc 2220 Psyc 2160
TRU-OL Psyc 1111 Psyc 1211 Psyc 2111 Psyc 2101 Psyc2131 Psyc 2161
UBC Psyc 101 Psyc 102 Psyc 217 Psyc 218
VCC Psyc 1100a Psyc 1200a
YUKO Psyc 100b Psyc 101b Psyc 201 Psyc 202 Psyc 205 Psyc 203 Psyc 204

a Completion of both Introduction to Psychology I and Introduction to Psychology II required to receive credit for UBC PSYC 101
b Completion of both Introduction to Psychology I and Introduction to Psychology II required to receive credit for SFU PSYC 100 and SFU PSYC 102

Last Update: Fall, 2012

Langara update: Spring, 2019.