In psychology, we explore the human mind, behaviour and emotions, because we want to make a difference. We care for people and seek knowledge with the aim of providing meaningful help and support. Studying psychology opens doors to students interested in a wide range of work opportunities, from clinical treatment to fieldwork in communities in need, as well as legal, government and corporate professions.
Courses within Psychology
Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Arts (Honours)
Bachelor of Arts (Psychology)
Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) (Honours)
Bachelor of Business
Bachelor of Criminology
Bachelor of Criminology/Bachelor of Cyber Security
Bachelor of Criminology/Bachelor of Laws
Bachelor of Criminology/Bachelor of Psychological Science
Bachelor of Forensic Science/Bachelor of Criminology
Bachelor of Health Sciences
Bachelor of Nursing/Bachelor of Psychological Science
Bachelor of Psychological Science
Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours)
Bachelor of Psychology (Honours)
Bachelor of Psychology (Professional Streams)
Learn in the real world
Experience is invaluable, because in psychology we draw on the 'human element': the ability to listen and empathise. At Deakin, we emphasise learning from real life, and we make this possible through our unique partnerships, peer-mentoring and transition-to-work activities.
You'll have opportunities to undertake work experience while you complete your course.
The School of Psychology has valuable links with workplace partners, so you can graduate with a resume already full of real-life experience.
Study where it suits you
Study where you want to live: the Melbourne Burwood Campus, the Geelong Waterfront Campus, the Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus, the Warrnambool Campus. Or, even online through our Cloud Campus.
As a research student, doors will open to collaborations with our external partners including industry, hospitals, businesses, local communities and support centres.
Our expert supervisors will guide your enquiry into human behaviour and help you make your mark in the research world.
I teach a unit that helps students understand the process behind behaviour change… who doesn't need to change at least one behaviour?
Victoria's only postgrad organisational course
We have the only course in Victoria where you can study organisational psychology, learning how to increase team effectiveness and workplace productivity.