Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
CRICOS: 00002J; 02942D (ELC)
Psychology is a discipline characterised by both scientific research and applied professional practice. This degree is concerned with providing students with a scientific understanding in the psychological processes that underlie behaviour including perception, cognition, learning, motivation, neuroscience, psychopathology, personality, emotion, developmental psychology, health psychology, counselling and social relationships, as well as training in the analysis of data and research methodologies. This course allows students to complete an accredited Psychology degree across three years. Students in this course also have the option to transfer to the Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) course to complete an additional fourth year of honours in Psychology, conditional on meeting the entry requirements. A key feature of the Bachelor of Psychology degree is the capstone unit, which aims to provide students with skills to facilitate their transfer into the workplace, and the opportunity to gain limited but relevant experience working in the field.
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