space

space Home space Courses space Schedules space Disciplines Index space Units spaceDownload:

 
space

CRICOS Provider Code: 00586B

Information relevant to 2003 – Course Schedules

Master of Psychology

Clinical Psychology – Schedule

Course code: S7J

Course Coordinator: Assoc Prof C Skilbeck

The program consists of coursework, supervised clinical work and a research thesis. Candidates are also required to complete 1000 hours of supervised practical work over the period of enrolment. Intending applicants should recognise that the three combined elements represent a demanding program, requiring considerable commitment of time and effort. In order to meet the requirements for continuing state registration and professional accreditation by the Australian Psychological Society, core units will be taught each year, while other components of the program are taught in alternate years. Candidates may enter the course at the beginning of each year and those contemplating part-time study are advised to consult the course coordinator to determine their program. Normally, a thesis proposal must be produced within the first academic year.

Unit title campus offered weight prereq coreq m.excl enrol code
First Year units
Research Thesis 1 Hobart: (full-year) ie semesters 1 & 2 25%     KHA758, KHA778 KHA718
Ethical Issues & Professional Practice 1 Hobart: (full-year) ie semesters 1 & 2 25%     KHA757, KHA777 KHA717
Behaviour Change 1 Hobart: semester 1 6.25%     KHA754, KHA774 KHA714
Current Issues in Assessment Hobart: semester 1 6.25%     KHA766, KHA711 KHA711
Research Design 1 Hobart: semester 1 6.25%     KHA756, KHA776 KHA716
Adult Psychopathology Hobart: semester 1 6.25%     KHA753 KHA713
Clinical Child Psychology Hobart: semester 2 6.25%       KHA722
Second Year units
Research Thesis 2 Hobart: (full-year) ie semesters 1 & 2 25% (KHA718 or KHA758) and (as prereq or coreq) KHA716   KHA768, KHA788 KHA728
Ethical Issues & Professional Practice 2 Hobart: (full-year) ie semesters 1 & 2 25% KHA717   KHA767, KHA744, KHA787 KHA727
Behaviour Change 2 Hobart: semester 1 6.25% KHA714   KHA754 KHA724
Advanced Assessment Hobart: semester 1 6.25% KHA711   KHA751 KHA721
Research Design 2 Hobart: semester 1 6.26% KHA716   KHA731, KHA711 KHA729
Advanced Electives 1 Hobart: semester 1 6.25% KHA717, KHA714, KHA711, KHA713, KHA722   KHA754, KHA714 KHA701
(two elective topics)
Advanced Electives 2 Hobart: semester 2 6.25% KHA717, KHA714, KHA711, KHA713, KHA722   KHA756, KHA716 KHA702
(two elective topics)
Units taught in alternate years
(may be taken in either the first or second year of enrolment)
Psychopharmacology & Psychopathology Hobart: semester 2 6.25%     KHA752 KHA712
Forensic Psychology Hobart: semester 2 6.25%       KHA719
Neuroanatomy for Psychologists not offered in 2003 6.25%     KHA761 KHA726
Community & Group Processes not offered in 2003 6.25%     KHA763 KHA723
Clinical Neuropsychology not offered in 2003 6.25%     KHA760 KHA725
Health Psychology Hobart: semester 2 6.25%     KHA730 KHA749
Elective topics
Older Adults Hobart: semester 1 0%   KHA701 or KHA702   KHA704
Special Topics in Health Psychology Hobart: semester 2 0%   KHA701 or KHA702   KHA705
Cognitive Models & Cognitive Deficits Hobart: semester 2 0%   KHA701 or KHA702   KHA706
Rehabilitation of Cognitive Deficits Hobart: semester 2 0%   KHA701 or KHA702   KHA707
Clinical Psychophysiology Hobart: semester 2 0%   KHA701 or KHA702 KHA765 KHA715
Applied Issues in Educational Psychology Hobart: semester 1 0%   KHA701 or KHA702   KHA775
Exceptionality & Special Children Hobart: semester 2 0%   KHA701 or KHA702 KHA732 KHA783
Applied Developmental Psychology: Childhood Hobart: semester 1 0%       KHA785
Enrolment master code
Clinical Psychology Hobart: (full-year) ie semesters 1 & 2 0%       KHA750

Top of page 

Further information

On admission to the UniversityAdmissions@utas.edu.au
Enquiries from outside AustraliaJustine.Geason@utas.edu.au
For general information on courses: enquiries from within Australiacourse.info@utas.edu.au

This page employs a stylesheet and is designed to be used with Netscape 4.7.


This page last updated on 3 April 2003.  Queries and Feedback concerning this site may be addressed to: Handbook.Editor@utas.edu.au

©  University of Tasmania, 2003.
Details shown above were correct at the time of publication. Every effort is made to keep this information up to date. However, the University reserves the right to alter or remove it at any time without notice.