The School of Psychology offers an innovative teaching program, in undergraduate, postgraduate and professional courses.
Equipped with the latest audio, visual, computer and Internet technologies, our tutorial rooms are of a very high standard. The School has specialised space for small group teaching, computer activities and clinical groups, and research. Our excellent facilities are matched by the calibre of our academic, tutorial and professional staff.
Students can study psychology by enrolling in a Bachelor of Arts, a Bachelor of Science or in the prestigious four-year Bachelor of Psychology degree accredited by the Australian Psychological Accreditation Council (APAC).
Psychology Double Degrees
Double degrees allow students to follow their various passions and interests equally. Want to explore Psychology whilst completing studies in another discipline? This is the way to do it.
- Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) - Bachelor of Commerce
- Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) - Bachelor of Laws
- Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) - Bachelor of Commerce
- Bachelor of Psychological Science - Bachelor of Commerce
- Bachelor of Psychological Science - Bachelor of Laws
To be confirmed.
HDR student Virginia Williams has had her paper “Enhancing recovery orientation within mental health services: expanding the utility of values” published in The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice selected by the journal’s editorial board as the Outstanding Paper in the 2017 Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence.
There were 36 papers published in the journal during the year and Virginia’s was selected.
Well done Virginia.
2017 Honours Research Proposal Best Poster Prize Winner: Laura Gunns (Supervisor: Mark Schira)
Thesis Working Title: An Investigation of Inverted Voxels Within the Human V1 Using High Resolution fMRI