St. Lawrence College offers the following Baccalaureate Degree programs:
Honours Bachelor of Behavioural Psychology
Get a degree like no other. The Honours Bachelor of Behavioural Psychology program is unique in Canada. This four-year degree program combines classroom instruction with 1,100 hours of supervised placements in three different community settings. Students learn about psychological theory and research, practice clinical skills (under supervision) in a wide variety of field settings, and gain the knowledge and skills to develop and carry our effective and efficient treatment programs with a variety of populations.
(1102) Honours Bachelor of Behavioural Psychology: Kingston
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN)
This four-year baccalaureate program is offered in collaboration with Laurentian University and prepares graduates to practice according to the College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO), competencies for entry-level Registered Nurse practice. All four years of the program are offered at each campus.
(1024) Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN): Brockville | Cornwall | Kingston
Bachelor of Business Administration
Core subjects include economics, accounting, financial management, organizational behavior, human resources, strategic planning, and marketing. Elective courses permit students to tailor the BBA to suit their personal objectives. Upon completion, students receive a four-year degree from Laurentian University and are in a position to pursue a number of financial, accounting, and management designations. All delivered in the intimate environment of our Kingston campus.
(1043) Bachelor of Business Administration: Full-time, Kingston and Part-time, Kingston
Features and Benefits
Under the Post-Secondary Education Choice and Excellence Act, 2000, Ontario colleges became degree-granting institutions. In keeping with the college’s traditional focus and strength in applied education, our degrees offer the following features and benefits:
- Four years duration with co-op placement
- Designed collaboratively with employers in response to demonstrated economic need
- Unique programs not offered at other Ontario colleges and universities
- Incorporate a blend of theory and practice, including learning by doing to demonstrate employment readiness in the specific field
- For information on all college degrees visit www.degreesindemand.ca
Who Should Enter Degree Programs
Prospective students for these degree opportunities should want a highly demanding and practical program leading to challenging and rewarding careers. Students will be required to meet typical university entrance requirements and be prepared to take an active approach to learning.
Residence Guarantee for First-Year Degree Students
St. Lawrence College Kingston is prepared to guarantee a room in residence to the first 70 students living outside the city of Kingston, who accept an Offer of Admission to one of our Bachelor's Degree programs, by May 1st, and follow the published application requirements.