This accredited degree provides a thorough grounding in psychology. Students can also explore areas of interest with psychology units in diverse areas such as Social Psychology (the study of human social behaviour), Biopsychology (the study of the biological bases of behaviour), Individual Differences and Assessment (study of individual differences in personality, intelligence and behaviour), and Psychopathology (the study of psychological disorders). Graduates with sufficient grades are eligible for entry to accredited fourth year psychology programs. For more course information, visit UNE’s Course Handbook.
This course includes an optional minor in criminology or major in counselling.
For additional information about the admissions criteria for the University of New England and for this course, refer to UNE’s website.
Completion of Year 12 or attained age 17 years
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3 years Full time or 10 years Part time