All courses for every first-year Science student will be delivered online this fall. A limited number of students in their second, third and fourth years will return to campus for part of the semester. The outlines below are drafts that were posted early to provide as much information to students as possible in advance of registration and the final outlines will be provided at the start of each course.
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Honours Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour
Research Areas Animal Behaviour. Developmental Psychology.
Ivan Kiss. Marten Koops. Faria Sana. Adjunct Professor. Tracy Vaillancourt. Powered by Community Builder. Community Engagement. Contact Information Office Hours: a.Find the most recent updates here, as well as FAQs and information for students, faculty and staff.
Highlights from the latest Social Sciences stories making news in local, national and global communities. Engagement with human creativity and diversity from the perspective of lived experience, past, present and future. How individuals, organizations and governments compete for, divvy up, and make choice about scarce resources. The unique challenges and opportunities health and aging has on our global societies. Interdisciplinary research examining the complex political, social, economic, cultural, discursive and theoretical developments related to processes of globalization.
An interdisciplinary field of study distinguished by its focus on work and workers' organizations. Branch of knowledge that deals with systems of government; the analysis of political activity and behavior. Multi-disciplinary, secular study of religious beliefs, behaviors, and institutions.
Social interactions, including their origins and their effects on the individual. Enriching undergraduate education through fostering unique approaches to learning. The knowledge and tools needed for personal and career success, and to make a difference in our world. Find Social Media accounts for Faculty of Social Sciences clubs, student groups, departments and programs. School of Labour Studies.
Institute on Globalization and the Human Condition. Social Psychology. Political Science. Religious Studies. Indigenous Studies Program. Health Aging and Society. School of Social Work.
Water Without Borders. Faculty of Social Sciences. Future Students You're creating our Brighter World. Learn More. Research Our research excellence is fueled by engagement and collaboration with the world around us.
News Highlights from the latest Social Sciences stories making news in local, national and global communities. Anthropology Engagement with human creativity and diversity from the perspective of lived experience, past, present and future.Meet the Team! Paul Faure Principal Investigator paul4 mcmaster. My research interests are in animal bioacoustics echolocation calls and other vocalizationsneural mechanisms of hearing electrophysiology and acoustically-evoked behaviour e.
Doreen Moeckel Post Doctoral Fellow moeckeld mcmaster. Arinjay Banerjee Post Doctoral Fellow banera9 mcmaster. Lucas Greville PhD Candidate grevillj mcmaster. The unique reproductive cycle of temperate insectivorous bats combined with their early and distinct evolution makes them a prime organism to study reproductive endocrinology.
Taylor Byron MSc Candidate byront mcmaster. Thomas Groulx MSc Candidate groulxt mcmaster. My graduate research focuses on developmental changes in auditory brainstem response ABR waveforms recorded from big brown bat pups as they mature. Emily Wuerch Undergraduate Student wuerche mcmaster. My Honours Thesis examines the expression of two immediate early genes Egr1 and c-fos in the central auditory system of the big brown bat. Students from the Bat Lab go on to graduate school, professional school, and successful careers.Find the most recent updates here, as well as FAQs and information for students, faculty and staff.
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Active McMaster students, faculty and staff enjoy free, unlimited access to over 5, video tutorials related to business, media and technology through Lynda. The Faculty of Social Sciences has a team of advisors to provide undergraduate students with the information and guidance they need to plan and succeed in their academic careers. SSC Academics: Online will help prepare you for school by answering questions and introducing you to skills needed to be successful.
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The School of Graduate Studies offers programming, resources, and partnerships that will help equip our graduate researchers with the skills they need to become a successful academic writer. Your first seven sessions per semester are subsidized. The Office of Academic Integrity strives to assist instructors and students with issues of academic integrity. Learn how to avoid plagiarism, how to submit your work to Turnitin to check for originality and plagiarism and what to do if you are accused of academic dishonesty.PNB Colloquium Series - John Dunlosky - Jan 9, 2020
McMaster has an institutional membership with Turnitin. You've made a great decision to spend the next few years studying at McMaster University. We've put together a list of services to help get your started! Find the information you need to make your decision including McMaster University rankings, tuition, scholarships, and individual program information. The Faculty of Social Sciences offers over 20 graduate programs. These lead to masters or doctoral degrees and one post-graduate diploma program.Throughout the academic year, psychology graduate students attend a series of colloquia given by distinguished guest speakers typically Thursdays pm.
Graduate student preferences mainly dictate the list of invitees, and interested graduate students but not faculty are invited to dine out with the guest speaker at departmental expense. The colloquium series is considered an important component albeit an informal and unevaluated one of graduate education, allowing students an opportunity to exchange ideas with leading researchers in their area of interest while also establishing social contacts that may be of importance to their postgraduate careers.
We also offer a weekly graduate seminar Fridays 3pm at which our graduate students present their research to the department. On Fridays, following the graduate seminar, we offer an informal get-together called Friday Social where students and faculty relax and socialize at the end of the week. The PNB department Psy Jung softball team has been a tradition for as long as anyone can recall, fielding teams from the genuinely recreational to the humourlessly competitive.
The team partakes in the Graduate Student Association GSA league each year and is team focused on fun and inclusivity, with no softball experience needed to join. All season games are played on the McMaster fields opposite Cootes Drive. Team registration works on the premise that all PNB graduate students are welcome to join all skill levels are welcomeall members of the previous years team are welcomed back, and we base the addition of newly joining significant others based on team numbers each season.
Some general details are:. Soccer is a department tradition beginning : Students organize a soccer team for the summer Graduate Student Association GSA league! Everyone is welcome to join! The team is laid back and individuals of all skill levels are encouraged to join. Graduate students also organize other sporting events such as volleyball, basketball, and ice-hockey for non-skatersand in the past there have been squash and racquetball challenges.
You don't have to be talented to participate and have fun. Maybe you would like to organize something yourself! Jump to: navigationsearch. Navigation menu Personal tools Log in. Namespaces Page Discussion. Views Read View source View history. Navigation Main Page: Welcome! Tools Recent changes Random page Help.
This page was last edited on 4 Juneat Thank you for your interest in our graduate program. The application process for the September academic year will open late Septemberwith the following deadlines:.
The Department believes that successful graduate training requires close collaboration between student and research director on a research project that is of interest to both. Applicants are therefore encouraged to correspond directly with individual members of the faculty in whose research they may be interested. Faculty members are happy to discuss the opportunities available for research in their laboratories. Foreign students may enter Canada on student visas.
Further information on how to obtain these visas may be requested from the nearest Canadian Consulate. We encourage foreign students to read our page for International Students. Then check the points listed here for requirements that are specific to our PNB graduate program. Occasional exceptions are made to the above requirements for students with a background in a related or relevant scientific discipline.
For example, students with strong backgrounds in biology, neuroscience, computer science, chemistry or physics are encouraged to apply. If you have any questions about the application process, please contact our Graduate Administrative Assistant, Nancy Riddell, by email riddeln mcmaster.
Jump to: navigationsearch. The application process for the September academic year will open late Septemberwith the following deadlines: deadline of December 1, for the PNB Research and Clinical Training Stream within the PNB Graduate Program deadline of December 15, for the PNB Graduate Program The Department believes that successful graduate training requires close collaboration between student and research director on a research project that is of interest to both.
The McMaster Graduate Calendar is an important source of information. Please list any research, teaching, or work experience that is related to the fields in which you are interested in working.
Combined Honours Bachelor of Arts In Sociology and Another Subject
Please list supervisors you wish to work with no more than 3. There will be a question on the application form for this purpose but you might also address this in your statement of interest. It may be worthwhile to ask the faculty member you are interested in working with whether they would like to see your GREs. Financial Support. Navigation menu Personal tools Log in. Namespaces Page Discussion.
Views Read View source View history. Navigation Main Page: Welcome! Tools Recent changes Random page Help. This page was last edited on 29 Aprilat Find the most recent updates here, as well as FAQs and information for students, faculty and staff. Sociology is the study of individuals and groups in patterned behaviours. We study social processes and social institutions in areas such as the family, education, health, social inequality, immigration and race and ethnic relations, paid and unpaid work and politics.
The goal of sociology is to help explain the relationship between our personal experiences and the wider organization of society. Satisfaction of admission requirements for the Honours program in the other BA subject. All undergraduate students accepted for admission to McMaster University are automatically considered for a McMaster University entrance award. Additional entrance awards, in-course scholarships, bursaries and other forms of financial assistance is available to you at various stages of their undergraduate careers.
Each scholarship, bursary, Government Aid or Work Study Program a has its own unique application process and requirements. Established in in honour of Professor F. Established in in memory of Jack Richardson by family, friends and colleagues. Established in The primary goal of the Advising Office is to provide all Social Sciences undergraduate students with the information and guidance they need to succeed in their academic careers. Advisors can help you make the right academic decisions by explaining policies and regulations as well as presenting different options and supports available in your studies.
Learn more about Academic Advising in the Social Sciences. Requirements and Timelines. Admissions and Applications. Financial Information, Scholarships and Awards. Undergraduate Scholarships, Bursaries and Awards All undergraduate students accepted for admission to McMaster University are automatically considered for a McMaster University entrance award.
An academic advisor can assist you with: Course requirements, dropping and adding courses Program selection, application and changes Studying abroad Transfer credits Petitions for missed term work, deferred examinations and special consideration Appeals procedures Referral to other campus services Learn more about Academic Advising in the Social Sciences.