If you are keen to work as a psychologist, this degree will give you a thorough grounding in clinical, developmental, biological, cognitive, and social and organisational psychology.
You will learn how to use interpersonal skills and the principles of counselling to help people with personal, health, vocational and social difficulties.
You will also learn how to apply psychological theories to topics such as thinking and perceiving, motivation, stress, health and criminal activity.
In fourth year, you will begin formal research training and be introduced to professional psychological practice. You will complete an honours research project and study four core courses. You will need to achieve the required level of academic performance in the earlier years of the degree to be eligible for the fourth year of study.
You will have the opportunity to put your academic studies into practice through a professional practice placement.