Psychology is a diverse discipline concerned with the scientific study of human experience and behaviour. It considers explanations and causes of behaviour, and examines the modification of behaviour as a result of experience and information received from the environment.
Psychologists study both normal and abnormal behaviour, and the mental processes of individuals from infancy to old age.
You'll have the opportunity to gain knowledge and skills, and conduct research in clinical and health psychology, community and environmental psychology, and cognitive neuroscience.
Potential graduate career pathways:
Undergraduate courses with a specialisation in Psychology:
Study in Psychology is also a requirement for admission into the Bachelor of Social Work.
Psychology can also be undertaken at the undergraduate and postgraduate level through the Faculty of Science, Engineering and Technology.
Authorised by the Dean, Faculty of Arts
6 August, 2014