In addition to offering undergraduate liberal education in arts,
science, and education, the University of Manitoba provides programs
in a broad range of professional studies, applied sciences and fine and
performing arts; and, is responsible for the vast majority of graduate
education and research in Manitoba.
Access to state-of-the-art equipment and facilities are critical in
supporting new and important areas of research - and the University of
Manitoba continues to modernize its research infrastructure thanks to
funding from both government and private sources.
The Psychology Department in the Faculty of Arts is the largest
department at the University of Manitoba. The department is home to
more than 45 faculty members, over 100 graduate students and
approximately 700 undergraduate Psychology majors.
The department offers Graduate Studies in all major areas, including :
- Behavioural Neuroscience
- Cognitive Psychology
- Developmental Psychology
- Social-Personality Psychology
- Clinical Psychology