About the school
Our psychology courses were first taught in 1964, and the School of Psychology and Speech Pathology was founded in 2001.
Today, with approximately 70 full-time academic staff, we are committed to providing a rewarding and relevant learning experience for our students.
We pride ourselves on our friendly and approachable manner, and welcome opportunities to talk with prospective students.
We look forward to meeting you.
Professor Adrian North
Head of School
Curtin was awarded a ranking of 4 (out of 5) in the 2015 Excellence in Research for Australia exercise for the discipline of psychology, indicating that our research is formally rated as ‘Above World Standard’.
The school runs an adult psychology clinic, a child psychology clinic, a stuttering clinic and an adult speech pathology clinic on campus within the Health and Wellness Centre.
These clinics provide the opportunity for students to learn in a clinical environment whilst also providing a service to the members of the public.
They represent part of our commitment to the community and to the professions of psychology and speech pathology.