Psychology 12

Course Outline: PSYCHOLOGY 12

Course Duration:
You have one calendar year to complete this course from the date of Activation.

Units of Study:

In this course, students will learn modern approaches to psychology. Students will develop an understanding of theories and applications of psychology through a variety of topics. Students will connect their learning to real situations and have the opportunity to follow their own interests in the field through a self-directed project.


Psychology 12 touches on a variety of topics, specifically modern approaches to studying psychology, neuroscience, intelligence, emotions, memory, psychological disorders and sensation and perception.

Recommended prerequisites:



There are twelve assignments in this course. Each assignment is thorough, and it is expected that students will put approximately 8 hours into each one. Criteria is given for projects and assignments.

Substantive Assignment = 8.3%
12 Assignments = 91.7%

This course is a SD42 Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows Board Approved Course.

Student Responsibilities

Students are expected to log onto the course and to submit at least one assignment (or have contact with their instructor) each week. Students who do not log onto the course or keep in contact with their instructor on a weekly basis will be viewed as having withdrawn from their online course and will be notified of this by their instructor. Students who withdraw from an online course are not allowed by Ministry of Education regulations to retake the same online course for two reporting periods.