The University of Western Australia

Master of Clinical Psychology (Extended)

The University of Western Australia

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Postgraduate
CRICOS: 00126G

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

Study pathways

This program is also available as a dual program with the Doctor of Philosophy studied over 4 years full-time.

Study information

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Further information

Applicants must also obtain, for entry, a Working With Children Check and National Police Clearance.

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