Less than 25% of graduates with a psychology major go on to
become professional psychologists or counsellors. Many put their knowledge of
psychology – understanding of human behaviour, skills in research methods,
reporting and communicating – to work in various professions including
marketing, business, advertising, criminal justice, education, public affairs,
health services, human resources, and numerous other areas.
With so many options, take the time to browse our Psychology careers
pages, to find out more about:
- Health and social services
- Business organisations
- Clinical Psychologist
- Academic and research psychologists
Bachelor Degree with
of Psychology (Clinical)
This course is for students who have studied psychology as a
major through to honours, and who are seeking to become clinical psychologists
through professionally accredited training.
of Professional Psychology
This course is one year in length comprising coursework,
research training and practical placement to provide students with progression
to a one-year Psychology Board of Australia approved internship program.