Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
The Master of Applied Positive Psychology is designed to train professionals to enhance and facilitate positive change, wellbeing, and resilience. In this course, students will learn the tools needed to enhance mental, emotional and physical wellbeing in individuals, organisations and communities. This course incorporates elements from a number of highly relevant fields and contemporary topics including positive psychology, coaching psychology, health promotion, positive education, counselling, asset-based community development, eco-psychology, and social innovation. By completing the Master of Applied Positive Psychology, students will be able to work in a wide variety of occupations and will be well prepared to work with children, teenagers, and adults.
10 units (72 credit points)
- Applied positive psychology
Standard entry requirements
Bachelor degree, or equivalent, in any discipline from an Australian university or college. English requirements apply.
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Students are required to attend a residential school. In the final year of the course, students will undertake an applied research project involving the design and implementation of a wellbeing and/or resilience intervention.