Welcome to your 4th year psychology studies at Deakin University! On this page, you will find news and updates on upcoming events for 4th year students as well as information about selecting a research project and some frequently asked questions.
Below are a list of key dates:
Monday January 29th 2018: Timetable preferencing system opens
Thursday February 8th 2018: Timetable preferencing system closes for sorting
Monday February 12th 2018: Timetable allocations released
Late February (exact date TBC): Research project listing and preferencing system opens
Monday February 26th 2018: Deakin University O-Week begins
Monday March 5th 2018: Trimester 1 teaching period begins
More dates will be added regarding timetabling and research project preferences/allocations soon. This process generally starts from late January.
2018 Psychology 4th Year Orientation Sessions
Orientation sessions for 2018 will be held in late February at both the Burwood and Geelong Waterfront campuses. These sessions are a great opportunity to learn more about the course, and ask any questions you may have.
The link to submit your timetable preferences for Trimester 1 2018 will appear here from January 29th 2018.
Please also note that we are unable to use the STAR allocation system for 4th year psychology, so please ignore any emails you receive regarding STAR.
- The preferencing system will close on Thursday February 8th at 11:59pm AEST.
- Timetable allocations should be made available by Monday February 12th 2018.
- All lectures for Trimester 1 will be held exclusively online.
- Please note that not all prac/seminar times will necessarily run, and are subject to interest.
- The system is NOT based on first-come, first-serve.
- Online lectures will begin in Week 1 (week beginning 05/03).
- Pracs/seminars will begin in Week 1 for Psychological Assessment and Week 2 for Research Methods C.
In the meantime, if you have any questions regarding timetabling, please contact Luke Barisic (firstname.lastname@example.org) in the School of Psychology.
Information for research projects for 2018 will be updated early in 2018. The project listing is expected to be made available in late February.
In the meantime, if you have any questions regarding research project allocations, please contact Luke Barisic (email@example.com) in the School of Psychology.
Domestic students are able to complete their 4th year studies part-time. International students cannot undertake study part-time.
I am a part-time student completing my research project in 2019. Do I need to submit my preferences now?
No, you don't need to submit your preferences this year. Although, it might be an idea to have a look at the research projects on offer and seek out a supervisor you might like to work with in 2019.
Part-time students must undertake the coursework units in the first year and the research thesis units in the second year.