Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
The objective of this course is to produce psychologists who have the necessary academic and practical foundation, skills and experience to develop into competent clinicians grounded in the scientist-practitioner tradition. Such clinicians are skilled at developing therapeutic relationships with their clients and are competent to work productively and to the benefit of a wide range of clients across a broad variety of settings. Further, they have the skills needed to work professionally across a range of levels, from work with individual clients and their families to the planning and development of systems of service.
The course comprises coursework, placements and research.
- Clinical psychology
Standard entry requirements
- Honours 2A degree in Psychology or equivalent
- Provisionally registered with the Psychology Board of Australia
Graduates are eligible for registration with The Psychology Board of Australia; The Australian Psychological Society (APS); College of Clinical Psychologists
This program is also available as a dual program with the Doctor of Philosophy studied over 4 years full-time.
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Applicants must also obtain, for entry, a Working With Children Check and National Police Clearance.