Psychological Science

MAJOR

Overview

This sequence prepares students for postgraduate training towards becoming both a practicing registered psychologist. To practice as a psychologist students must complete an undergraduate degree with a major sequence in psychology followed by a fourth year of study in psychology (an Honours in Psychology or a Graduate Diploma of Psychology) that are accredited by the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC).

Note: This major cannot be undertaken as part of D391 Bachelor of Health Sciences/Bachelor of Arts

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Key information

Campuses

Burwood (Melbourne), Waurn Ponds (Geelong), Warrnambool, Cloud (online). Individual units may not be available on every campus.

Unit set code

MJ-H000034 - Major

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Units

To obtain the ten unit undergraduate psychology sequence students must complete all the units listed below.

  • Psychology A: Fundamentals of Human Behaviour HPS111
  • Psychology B: Individual and Social Development HPS121
  • Research Methods in Psychology A HPS201
  • Child and Adolescent Development HPS202
  • The Human Mind HPS203
  • Human Social Behaviour HPS204
  • Research Methods in Psychology B HPS301
  • Personality HPS307
  • Psychopathology HPS308
  • Brain, Biology and Behaviour HPS310
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